Question about Knee injuriesI am 7 weeks post op from knee replacement surgery and my right knee is doing well but my right foot seems to be suffering from some sort of nerve damage. My foot feels dull and stiff. Can you tell me if this is normal and will it get better in time?
Swelling in the foot after a knee replacement may be normal, but if sensations in the foot are altered, you should get it checked by your GP or your specialist.
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