I cannot comment on the medical aspect because I am not an orthopaedic surgeon. I can comment on the clinical negligence injury aspect.
If you can prove that the previous treatment was defective, then you can bring a claim for compensation in clinical negligence in respect of the symptoms which you are now suffering.
You need to ask the specific question of the surgical team, what the chances are of this going wrong and you having even less mobility than you had before. You then need to make an informed decision.
Before making any decision at all, it would certainly be worth speaking to a solicitor who deals with clinical negligence matters on a no win no fee basis to see whether they think there is a claim here to be had already.
The decision as to whether you go ahead with the surgery or not obviously has to be yours so you would want some kind of virtual guarantee that this is going to rectify any problems you had from the first surgery. I think you also need an explanation as to why, after the surgery, you are not as mobile as you were before.
Can I clarify anything for you?
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