My mother had an arthroscopy torn meniscus a month ago but she still unable to walk for more than 5 mintues without pain she can't bend as well?

Postsurgical pain. Arthroscopic surgery is not without risk and one of those risks is pain and possible some instability thus, it is important to have physical therapy and have pain managed. The other issue is eliminating that underlying cause of tore meniscus which usually is degenerative and then obesity.

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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...