Hello from JA
Chances should be exellent,
I am Dr. Thomas, board certified in internal medicine and integrative medicine, so I can cover about any question you might have, as well as your follow up questions. Use reply to expert at any time you need to.
But physical therapy might need to continue for 6 months or longer.
What stands out in your story is no follow up MRI of the area in question.
This would not only show if the surgery was great, but if there is an undiagnosed problem with the knee. X ray is not adequate to show this.
I would not want to miss a knee problem being attributed to surgery.
This is why I like a specialist MD in charge at this point, a physical medicine and rehabilitation doctor.
There is physical therapy, then there is a well designed manual medicine rehab program which most surgeons are not trained to do, but the PM&R doctor is.
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