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... and required further arthroscopy on Rt knees 2 wks ago. ... (6 replies)
... third surgery involved performing microfracture under the cartilage and reattaching the edge of the labrum using three plastic anchors, plus lots of clean up of scar tissue. ... (7 replies)
... TKR you are pushing every PT session to get more degrees of bending out of the knee so as to stave off too much scar tissue forming which can become a permanent cause of trouble if not aggressively treated. ... (1 replies)

... I am hoping it's not permanent due to scar tissue or surgery causing arthritis or irritation behind the kneecap. Thanks for any info. ... (0 replies)
... Hi there -- I have been having some problems w/ my password but got them squared away to respond to your post. I have had three hip scopes for a labral tear and to correct impingement. I wish I had never had my first surgery, as it was performed by a general orthopedic surgeon, and did not address the impingement issues. So -- let's see -- I would absolutely shy away... (7 replies)
... So no I am going in for manipulation and if he feels reistance while I am under, he is going to scope it out and clean up the scar tissue. I am usually one to have a quick recovery and be able to bounce back like nothing happened but not this time! Sooo frustrating!! ... (10 replies)
... Thank you! It still hasn't gotten any better. I have since seen my dr and he gave me a cortisone injection that didn't work. He says I have a lot of scar tissue on one side. He thinks the mistracking patella is causing more pain as well and says I may need more surgery in the future. ... (6 replies)
... I had a large amount of scar tissue removed from my hip arthroscopically. I had right hip arthroscopy in October 2006 and February 2009. In June 2011, the surgeon went back to readhere my acetabulum to the bone. ... (3 replies)
... I am 5 weeks post arthroscopy for cartilage delamination due to dysplasia. It was a very easy surgery with just an overnight stay, and I have had hardly any post op pain. ... (17 replies)
... really similar to my husband's. He is 28 and began having knee pain at about 25 years old. He had knee pain for about a year then saw a OS who did an exploratory arthroscopy and diagnosed him with SC. ... (7 replies)
... I have chronic foot and ankle problems on my left side. I've had multiple sprains and fractures since about 2005 and I had an ankle arthroscopy in 2010 to help clean out scar tissue that was causing me problems. I have also marched in marching bad for many years and I work out regularly. ... (0 replies)
... Hello I have had many of these over the past 30yrs - no 2 are the same but the same scars are always used and I have never had a problem. You will find that if you straighten the leg then the scar areas are probably still pertruding - this is due to the soft tissue inside still being inflamed - 2 weeks is no time at all. Keep massaging the lump and it will dissapear - just... (6 replies)
... Thank you for the reply. That is what I was hoping to see. It wasn't the bruising colour that was really any issue as it has looked like it had been through a car crash in the hospital. It was the new pain associated with the new bruises on the upper thigh. Treating it like the knee: Ice helps the pain. It has been 26 years since my last knee surgery which was arthroscopic as... (2 replies)
... Did you ever get this resolved? I am having similar issues? (5 replies)
... showed that the meniscus actually healed, too. There's no scar tissue or synovial impingement inside the joint. ... (1 replies)
... I would have 6 weeks of PT. He said if the pain is still there after that he'd do an arthroscopy to see what's going on inside. ... (5 replies)

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