Knee replacement

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Re: Knee replacement

Postby volvojack » Wed 25 Jul, 2018 7:12 pm

[quote="jgl1954"]Well here we are, several months on,and I'm back on the ward after my op. I must say, it was an absolute doddle. I think they tranqilised me first off but then I was completely awake and watched the proceedings on a screen. Hard part to follow now,getting up and going the physio.

Do follow on with the physio otherwise you have been through all the mental worry beforehand plus the Doctor and Nurses who did this for you will have wasted their time. You are so close to being O.K. again, don't let yourself down.
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Re: Knee replacement

Postby dogduke » Wed 25 Jul, 2018 9:52 pm

Well done.
Just as we all said its not aat big an ordeal as you expected.
17 months now for me and the scar is hardly
Do as Jack suggests re the physio it does help the recovery process.
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