Loose knee to cross ligament after surgery
Some patients still sense a loose pillow after surgery. The cause may be due to atrophy of the muscle due to injuries in combination with the posterior ligament, internal and external ligaments. And the surgeon lacks the skills and experience.
Knee loose after anterior ligament incision
Muscle atrophy after cross-ligament surgery
Muscle atrophy, due to limb surgery, is a common condition after ligament reconstruction. In order to overcome this situation, patients need to be rehabilitated well.
Pain after knee surgery
There are many causes of knee pain following rebuilding the ligament. They may be a technical error during surgery, the location of the patient, or damage to the meniscus.
Knee pain following surgery for anterior cruciate ligament
Numbness on the front of the outer leg
The goose tendon is used to regenerate the ligament that attaches to the scapulas inner front, just below the conical root that protrudes. The sensory branch of the sciatic nerve, which divides the sensory branches into the anterior and posterior regions of the legs, including the sensory branch below the kneecap. Which dominates the senses for the anterior part of the lower leg, just below the kneecap until 1/3 in the middle, goes very close to these tendons.
The removal of semi-tendon and tapered tendons requires that the surgeon make a skin incision in the lower leg, near the protruding bulbous root in the front. Factors that can damage this sensory branch can be the incision and surgery to remove a tendon. Besides, surgery and tendon stripping (tendon stripper) have the risk of stretching the optic nerve sensation branch. In particular, skin incision and tendon surgery are the main risk factors for damage to the sensory branches.
The rate of sensory injury, as reported by some foreign authors, can range from 10% to 70% depending on the experience of the surgeon. Depending on the extent of the sensory lesions, the resilience of the sensory injuries can occur quickly or slowly, but will usually recover completely after 3 to 6 months due to restoration of nerves or the development of the sensory branches of the interfering nerve.
Inflammation of the incision of a cross ligament
Surgery may occur during the first weeks following surgery and may occur two or three years later. In case of an infection, the patient should be pumped to change dressing continuously until the incision is filled with scar.
Issues following anterior cruciate ligament surgery
Limit folding Knee stretch
This is an appalling complication following a reconstruction of the anterior cruciate ligament. The reason is that the patient had surgery early after the diagnosis, the knee joint was swollen and not yet folded to expand the amplitude. Some patients are too scared or have to be operated at an inexperienced facility to prevent them from exercising early, resulting in sticky inflammation in the knee joint.
To overcome this complication, patients need to practice active rehabilitation. If the condition is not improved, there must be laparoscopic surgery. Where the inflamed anterior ligament attaches to the posterior ligament during endoscopy, the ligament must first be removed completely, followed by physical therapy and waiting until the normal knee joint moves. Then surgery to rebuild the frontal ligament 2.
Another reason is due to the technical error the surgeon made when drilling the tibial plateau. Too much tibial plateau will cause stretching during the surgery process, if the back tunnel is too much, it will limit the folding of the knees. In this case, another ligament surgery at the correct surgical site is also required.
Joint knee Effusion persists
Usually, after reconstructive ligament surgery, there will be an effusion of the knee joint, especially in patients without drainage. This is because the organization has to be cut during the surgery, the meniscus is torn and the bone tunnel is drilled. Within a few days, the knee joint effusion will subside and completely disappear. But some cases have knee joint effusion that lasts for a couple of weeks, if there is no joint infection or any unusual problem, you can be assured that the amount of fluid that the body will absorb gradually returns to normal.
Back Bruise in thighs and lower legs
Small blood vessels will be damaged in the process of removing tendons as a material to regenerate ligaments. Blood draining from the lumen permeates the organ and on the lower surface of the thigh and lower leg, the skin causes bruising. Purple will gradually turn to green and then pale yellow. The skin color will return to normal after roughly 3 weeks.
Problems after ligament cross surgery
Clang in the joints
Some patients have flexing or splitting in joints when folding after reconstructing a ligament. This phenomenon is caused by the cartilage injury that comes with you. When cutting the knee joint cartilage, there is a loss of padding when folding, protruding the femoral bridge and tibial plateau slide over the edge of meniscus cutting to make a sound of continental. Another reason is that the synovial fluid becomes unstable after surgery, which affects the lubrication of joints.
Do you need a knee brace to traverse a ligament after surgery?
Postoperative cerebrospinal treatment
You must use H5 knee brace after surgery; only it helps the pillows to be safe and quick to recover. Usually, the hospital will sell or advise you on the appropriate type. If not, please refer to the prestigious sales address we introduce below.
H5 Bandage Improved Improved Knee Support Sports Knee Pad Aolikes
High-Quality Aluminum Knee Support Belt Sport Knee Protector AOLIKES YE-7907 – Genuine Products
Orbe H1 functional knee brace – Quality Safety
Sports Knee Pad – Knee Protector Aolikes H5
ORBE functional knee brace
Currently, there are many types of H5 knee braces sold to people after surgery. Here we would like to introduce the address to buy specialized and popular knee braces at the most affordable prices. Because you only need to use knee braces for the first 1-3 months, it is not necessary to buy an expensive one.