Orthopaedics Q&A: Screw removal post knee surgery
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This week’s answers:
sir i have undergone a knee surgery after my accident in 2009 and three screws have been screwed in my right knee a bit diagonally , and
i am very fine and it is not paining at all, i can run well and even though squat well about 60-70 kg.
sir now the point is that , i want to know that when should i remove my screw as i want to feel normal once again.
your help will be appreciated and i will be honoured , please sir reply, i would be thankful to you
Randee Singh Sodhi
Dear sir when it is not paining we don’t advice screw removal. As such i think you are normal if you can run and squat.
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