Going down...!

Get R Done 1eye.

Wishing you a successful operation and a quick recovery.
 

Ruger#3

Senior Member
Best wishes for a quick heal sir.
 

beretta

Senior Member
I had both of mine done last year, January and then in November. Very quick recovery time on this last one. Make sure that you do your exercises and find a great Physical Therapist. This is the key to a successful recovery. It's nice to be able to walk without pain again. Good luck!
 

leroy

Senior Member
My FIL had his done and had more pain from his ankle where they had strap across it to stabilize leg, had it in June ankle still bothers him, bothered him so much that they had x rays done nothing broken badly bruised.
 
Thread starter #26

1eyefishing

...just joking, seriously.
Thank you all!
I'm already home, been napping for a while.
I have at least 90 degree bendable, no problem. But the numbness from the nerve block hasn't worn off yet. No pain or painkillers yet, just hobbling around with a walker...
Fixing to put my leg in the mobility machine for the first time...
So far, doing much better than I imagined.
 

Cmp1

Swamp Yankee OABA Recipient
Thank you all!
I'm already home, been napping for a while.
I have at least 90 degree bendable, no problem. But the numbness from the nerve block hasn't worn off yet. No pain or painkillers yet, just hobbling around with a walker...
Fixing to put my leg in the mobility machine for the first time...
So far, doing much better than I imagined.
Good deal,,,,
 

NOYDB

Senior Member
Good to hear! Hope it continues to do well for you. Follow the Dr's directions and take care of your new parts.
 
Thread starter #37

1eyefishing

...just joking, seriously.
Day two was bad but day 3 was particularly the worst!
Day four now, had it redressed at the doctors and ready for mo
rehab...
Between the mobility machine 6 hours per day, exercises twice a day, and icing three or four times a day, this is a full-time job.
 
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