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Offline johnny54

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Scar Tissue
« on: November 09, 2008, 01:02:31 AM »
I have had my left knee totally replaced twice ("04 &'08 ) and my  right knee once. They are getting worse not better. In reading other postings it seems I might have scar tissue. Is this likely after this long. What next

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Re: Scar Tissue
« Reply #1 on: November 09, 2008, 07:10:13 AM »
Take a look at the information about Arthrofibrosis in the Information Hub - there is a lot of good stuff there and then post a few questions in the section of this board called "Soft Tissue Healing Problems - Arthrofibrosis". There are a lot of people who have had similar problems there and they may be able to help you find out what is going on.

When did you have the TKR revision this year?


I'm luckily not a sufferer but have read a great deal about the topic, ÷earning heaps from the people there.

Good Luck

Sue
1989 big trauma R. knee - sorted
1990-2004 3ACL recons and 20+ arthroscopies -RK
3/06 LK ACL torn!
4/06 ACL recon, kneecap broken
09 &10/06- 2x meniscus trims
3/07 - Notch Plastic & Lateral Release
14/8/08 complete revision ACL plus LCL/PLC recon
6/2/09 returned to skiing! Whoopee















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