Yes, it's been a lot of trauma indeed. I think my ROM is probably the only thing I'm not worried about. I know it will get better when swelling goes down. The things I'm most anxious about are being able to finally walk properly and hoprfully without pain and have a functioning knee again where I'll be able to exercise and be active again. Fingers crossed I'll get there eventually.Looking at your signature, you’ve had 4 surgeries in about 15 months. That a lot of trauma and re-disturbed tissue in your leg in that time period. Be gentle as you recover and rehab, and hard as it is, try to be patient. your leg is trying it’s best to heal.
Regaining our ROM does not require forceful bending or painful exercises.
Regaining our ROM is more about Time than repetitions of a list of exercises.
Time to recover.
Time for pain and swelling to settle.
Time to heal.
Our range of motion is right there all along just waiting for that to happen so it can show itself.
In the general run of things, it doesn't need to be fought for, worked hard for or worried about. It will happen. Normal activity is the key to success.