Will my knee hurt after I recover from my osteotomy surgery?

Yes, surgery causes- -pain. If you mean in the joint itself, the reason for the procedure is DJD of the knee. The arthritis is still there but the purpose is to change the weight bearing surface from the worst area to an area less effected.

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Dorsiflexion osteotomy caused hallux limitus. Inversion compensation causing ankle sprains and knee pain. Surgeon only give shot. Can this be fixed?

IT CAN BE FIXED. To be clear, you had a dorsiflexory osteotomy of the 1st metatarsal, and it was raised too much? If so, the surgery is essentially reversed to drop the metatarsal down. That should be done, to avoid arthritis at the bunion joint. You're young, so this should be done. Why was it done initially? Good luck. Dr. Latva. Read more...

Why does my knee hurt so badly after surgery?

Postoperative pain. Knee pain and swelling is a normal process after knee surgery in the immediate days following. The severity does depend on what type of surgery you had. For example: recovery from a total knee arthroplasty takes months for swelling to slowly resolve. Pain typically should improve within 1-2 weeks. New onset of pain months out would be worrisome and should be evaluated by your surgeon or local ER. Read more...

Why does my knee hurt when I walk 7 months after arthroscopic surgery?

Let me explain. When you have the surgery for cartilage tear, you could also some arthritis in the knee that could the cause of the pain, check with the surgeon for to see if they found any changes in the joint during the arthroscopy. Read more...
Arthritis/Chondrosis. It depends on the reason you had surgery. You could have ongoing osteoarthritis that can continue to bother patients after arthroscopy. If you had any chondromalacia that can cause persistent knee discomfort even after arthroscopy also. If you had ligament reconstruction there could be other reasons as well. Any significant functional limitations should be evaluated by your surgeon. Read more...

What do you suggest if my ligament of right leg was torn so I did the surgery past 6 months but now while climbing the ladder my knee hurt why it hurt?

See your doctor. You could have a host of issues that could cause your knee pain, could be bursitis, tendonitis, arthritis, ligament issues, meniscal injury, sciatica etc. So you may want to see an orthopedic pain specialist that can tell you what is going and help you with the latest treatments or exercise therapies available. You may want to consider Regenexx Stem Cell therapy as an option instead of surgery. Read more...

I broke my big toe 1.5 years ago. No surgery was needed but it's a bit crooked. Now my whole foot and knee hurt when I walk a bit more than usual. Help!

Pain/altered gait. Foot pain or deformity can cause an abnormal gait pattern and as a result cause pain in the foot, knee, hip, or even in the back. I'm sure you have been evaluated by an orthopedic specialist. If you have not you should follow up with one. Your foot should be evaluated and the deformity corrected by conservative measures or possibly surgery. An evaluation of your knee is also needed. Good Luck!! Read more...
Foot pain. Hi, please see a Podiatry doctor for evaluation. Hope you feel better soon. Read more...