Any time surgery is done on bones/joints you will still have some pain even after it is healed, although the pain should be minimal. I agree with srgyclown that you should go back to the surgeon to get your knee checked. You could have developed arthritis in that knee, or there could be a problem with the artificial parts put in. It is better to play it safe. I hope you feel better soon.
We are assuming that you did all your exercises that PT had you do and that you have regained mobility. That would make this a lingering pain. If you hadn't completed the exercise then there will be pain even if the implant is fine. Your doctor will be able to know the difference.
Well... I did go see the doctor again and he said it was a weird leg and kind of dismissed me ... Yes I did my PT , I manage a PT office... I just threw this question out there because I'm feeling like I'm crazy and my doc made me feel like I'm ridiculous. This was my last resort to ask total strangers what their take on this... Should I go check myself into the nut house?
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