I hope someone can confirm my thoughts. Last year May 2006 I had a double knee replacement after 6 months physical therapy, I still feel like I walk funny, I feel like I am knock kneed. The worse part and the reason why I am writing this is since the surgery I have had severe hip pain constantly, worse than my knees ever were. The doctor says that my knee surgery has nothing to do with my hip pain, he states that I just have arthritis in my hips now. I went and got a second opinion (not to far away) and he did admit that I am knock knee but also said that it is arthritis. They did a MRI and the arthritis isn't that bad, but he refuses to say that it is because of the knock knee now........My question, if I have walked a certain way for all my life (49yrs) and all of a sudden I am knock kneed, wouldn't that affect my hips????? someone please help me with this...............Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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