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    preemot07 posted:
    I just had knee replacement surgery on the 28th of February.
    Had other knee done 10 years ago with no problems. You
    absolutely must follow doctor orders and physical therapy
    procedures to the letter. Sure, the excercises are painful,
    but they do the trick. Confidence in your surgeon and your
    therapist is very important. Just with anything else, if you
    are willing to do the work, your knee will be great in no
    time. Unfortunately, your knee will not lift itself or bend
    without your help!! Keep a positive mental attitude and
    stop feeling sorry for yourself.
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