Post Op Day 6 first physio OPD

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Post op day 6:

First outpatients appointment for a physio session. Went very well physio very pleased said I have a bend of 95! Not bad considering. Did a few more exercises and added a few to my list. Back in Friday to use a machine to measure full range movement and back again following Monday for another session!

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    Well done, it was two weeks before I had my first physio outpatients.
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    Oh Freestork - you have got to be feeling really bouyant and very pleased with yourself!  You're doing SO well!!!!  It's so exciting reading how you're doing!  What's the pain level like now?

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      Am feeling great! Sleeping right through night and hardly any pain! Physio has said need to take pain meds regularly though cos as she uppers the intensity of sessions I need to be able to manage and it's best to take regularly rather than to hurt and only take after

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      Boy am I pleased to hear that!!!!  I'm over the moon for you and also even more hopeful that my second knee experience might by something like the first - not really painful, but more discomfort at times.  It's so good to have those on here who are having an easier time of it to balance it out!  Good for you!!!!!

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    Well done! ,all sounding good!
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    Very well done just remember not too much to quick good luck.
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    That's great keep up with it ice and meds be kind to yourself

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    Well done Freestork! My first physio session was 2 1/2 weeks po, then 5 more from between November & January!! No frills NHS!!

    You are doing really well. Keep up the good work.

    Marilyn

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    Good to hear of your great progress!?????

    Work hard at physical therapy, and ask questions so you learn WHY you are doing what you're doing. That helps to keep you motivated!

    Waiting to hear your newest successes coming up!

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