A knee surgeon is a qualified orthopedician whose expertise lies in operating the partial, complete or revision knee replacement surgery.
Typical symptoms include Swelling and stiffness, Redness and warmth to the touch, Weakness or instability, Popping or crunching noises and the inability to fully straighten the knee.
The investigations include Arthrography, Blood Tests, Bone Scan, Computed Tomography (CT Scan), Discography and Doppler Ultrasound.
Yes, you will be able to bend the kness after 7 to 10 days of surgery.
Within a week, the knee will be able to bend 90 degrees, though it may be difficult due to pain and swelling and after 7–10 days, the individual should be able to fully extend the knee out straight.