I have arthritis on knee and no meniscus left! Can I still do exercises?

Yes. In fact, it is important that you keep the supporting muscles strong. If the exercises do not cause significant pain, continuing doing them.

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Can't exercise to lose weight due to arthritis in knees. Just started after meniscus repair. Now what. Too young for replacement?

See details. It is debatable at age 58 whether you are too young for a replacement. In my opinion, with quality of life a major issue, you are not if your x rays revealed advanced disease. If you have not tried it already, ask about viscosupplements such as synvisc (hylan g-f 20) or orhtovisc injections. You can help your knees significantly if you follow a low carbohydrate diet and control portion size. Read more...
Depends on arthritis. 58 is not too young but is on the younger side of things. The most important factor is the level of arthritis you have, ie, is it bone on bone. Also have you tried any conservative therapy such as nsaids or injections? Read more...

Is it normal to still have a lot of pain and have trouble walking 2 weeks after knee arthroscopy for a torn meniscus and arthritis clean out?

Not normal, but. any surgery has a side effects and pain is one of them. After the knee arthroscopy it is expected to have pain up to 3-4 weeks. However, there are many good painkillers for acute pain available. Please, call your surgeon for pain medication adjustment post-op appointment. You should not suffer. Read more...