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Bones Spurs and a Total Knee Replacement

Prior to my total knee replacement, I was experiencing great pain on the outer portion of my “bad knee”. It seemed that a nerve was being pinched causing pain to shoot from my knee down to my ankle. Sometimes it was so painful, I needed crutches to walk.

After having x-rays taken, it turns out that my knee had developed bone spurs. Bone spurs were formed by my knee being bone-against-bone. They looked like hooks. In turn, these bone spurs were digging into my tissues and muscles. Bone spurs are known to cause nerve damage, and they were proving their point with me. I had, and still have, extensive nerve damage due to them.

Fast forward….Even though my bone spurs were removed during my total knee replacement surgery, I still experience pain due to the nerve damage caused by them. The pain is less severe than prior to my tkr, but it is still there. Sometimes it is worse than at other times. Oh well, that’s life. It could be much worse.

I thought I’d mention it since there are probably others experiencing the same thing.

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