Knee replacement surgery recovery can be a long and difficult operation. Pain and inflexibility will last for months after surgery. Though it can be difficult to return to full functionality, it is possible to restore good knee function. Your doctor would most certainly have prescribed a set of exercises to help you recover full use of your knee. During the at-home recovery time, it’s necessary to stick to these exercises, and then treat yourself to a massage around the knee.
Setting the Quadriceps
Extension of the Knees
Tendonitis Leg Pain Exercises
Tendonitis is often associated with arthritis because it causes discomfort in and around the joints. Your doctor will ask for a medical history, challenge your recent activities, and conduct an exam to determine whether tendonitis is the source of leg pain, according to the American College of Rheumatology. X-rays could be ordered by your doctor to rule out arthritis and other joint issues.