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Suffered a medial tibial plateau fracture from an accident. On physiotherapy after surgery. What is the recovery period?

Hi I met with a bike accident and had medial tibial plateau fracture . Its been 8 weeks post surgery and now am on full weight bearing. Am doing extensive physio therapy and now am walking with limp. Issues am facing are: when I walk on uneven surfaces am getting irritation around my knee , is it normal? and how much time its required for me to walk normal without any pain around my knee.
Asked On : Wed, 5 Sep 2012
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Dear arun . hsp
your main concerns are , post op medial tibial fracture 8 weeks old and you are doing weight bearing.
You hav to see certain issues, nature of fracture( see no of pieces) , stability of fixation, speed of bone union, any surgical deformity,state of infection,and damage to medial condylar articular surface and status of Intra articular injuries may be or may not be . Are walking with stick or without stick
with out any check X ray i can advise to check above aspects

you should consult your surgeon who hav operated you

Dr Niraj Garg
Answered: Wed, 5 Sep 2012
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