I had patella tendon repair 8 weeks ago and the knee Is warm to touch I can bend 60-70 degrees?

To some degree. Some degree of inflammation and subsequent increased warmth is normal after a patellar tendon repair, but if it starts feeling red, hot, or associated with a lot of swelling or discharge it could be s sign of infection and you would need to make sure your surgeon is aware.

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Hi I had patella tendon repair 8 weeks ago and I'm now bending my knee to 60-70 degrees, but my knee is warm to touch. Is this normal?

Not unusual but. when going through therapy to regain motion, one may develop warmth. But sometimes it indicates enough inflammation to impede regaining motion. If there is reddness or increased swelling it is imperative to have the surgeon take a look. Read more...
To some degree. Some degree of inflammation and subsequent increased warmth is normal after a patellar tendon repair, but if it starts feeling red, hot, or associated with a lot of swelling or discharge it could be s sign of infection and you would need to make sure your surgeon is aware. Read more...