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... ot lined up as it should be. It is slanted. He has to cut my tendon, put it where it should be, and then screwing it into place. Does cutting the tendon cause scar tissue? ... (1 replies)
... scar tissue is a result of the body healing itself. ... (1 replies)
... I have not had a TKR yet. I am going to copy a bit of what I originally posted about what is going on with my kneee. I have had 4 knee surgeries in the past 16 months. ... (81 replies)

... a for you to keep waiting and for things to keep getting worse. Honestly these don't sound like things that simple Physical Therapy is going to fix. As for the scar tissue, there is no way to break it up or dissolve it this long post surgery. ... (34 replies)
... Thanks so much for your response!!! I have never heard of Lidoderm patches and will surely ask my husband and I are hoping to go to China and the Philipines this August with friends... ... (2 replies)
... I too suffer from bursitis of my hip after having it replaced. ... (2 replies)
... help you come up with a plan to work with available pain and depression meds to help you through this. You have had major surgery and to top it off, regardless of what people tell you, it did not turn out as you expected. So, you have had your expectations dashed. Those are not easy things to deal with. ... (544 replies)
... I break out in hives immediately. This is a problem, since I think a shot of steroids in the joint may be of benefit to curtail the swelling, but it just is not possible. ... (81 replies)
... I do know that any kind of inflammation of the synovium will result in a stiffened joint. That is what happens in rheumatoid arthritis. ... (81 replies)
... A common spot for bursitis is on the side of the hip. Here a large tendon passes over the bony bump on the side of the hip. The bony bump is called the greater trochanter. Inflammation in the bursa between the tendon and the greater trochanter is called trochanteric bursitis. ... (24 replies)
... The most important thing for you to do is make sure that you are bending your knee. If you do not keep working on it you will get scar tissue that will prevent you from bending it. Then you will have to have a manipulation under anesthia. ... (11 replies)
... y is quite a long one...Which began in January 2013...when right below my knee started aching when I came home from work...I am a retail manager so I spend a lot of time walking. The pain quickly moved down to my ankle and I attributed this to a bad ankle sprain I had in May of 2012. ... (4 replies)
... the pain other than the 100mg of Tramadol for bed. It has not helped at all since I started taking it. Needless to say, I've been grumpy. ... (18 replies)
... You notice the difference in weight can tell it's heavier. And for the first year, I did notice it but after that, they just become part of you. ... (18 replies)
... I was on high levels of morphine for pain control because I am a Pain Management Patient. ... (9 replies)

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