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Brian William’s Pain After A Knee Replacement Surgery

Since it is quite fashionable to question Brian William’s story about anything these days, why not pile on and question his memory about the total knee replacement recovery pain he experienced following his 2013 surgery? Comparing it to the pain he experienced following a knee surgery in 1977, he wrote,

“While the meds are better these days … post-operative pain remains the same.” 

Of course quoting a man whose credibility has been shredded in the past week probably isn’t the best way to start your blog post.  Did Brian Williams misremember his pain following knee replacement surgery? I’m not sure but I do know this, that anyone who has to use the term “conflate” to describe his recollections is almost assuredly a liar.

Conflate means to mix up different elements- like the time you helped your spouse through his knee replacement recovery and later began to recall that you had experienced a knee replacement yourself.

Early stage dementia can create these types of misremembering but I digress….

Misremembering Knee Replacement Post-Surgical Pain

If I had a dollar for every knee replacement patient who said in the first week of recovery, “I’ll never have the other one done” or “I really made a mistake having this surgery”, I would have a good chunk of change. A large majority of you go on to encourage others to have the surgery and end up doing the other knee sometime down the road.

That is because total knee replacement rehab pain tends to get misremembered in exactly the same way as a women forgets the pain of child bearing. The wonders of experiencing a new gift overshadow, the pain that it took to bring  that gift into existence, whether that gift is new life or freedom to move pain-free.

If I had a dollar for every knee replacement patient who said in the first week of recovery, “I’ll never have the other one done” or “I really made a mistake having this surgery”, I would have a good chunk of change. A large majority of you go on to encourage others to have the surgery and end up doing the other knee sometime down the road.

This in no way minimizes the difficulty of the event itself.

Read more about minimizing the effects of pain following a knee replacement 

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Michelle, PT
Michelle, PT

Michelle Stiles called “the no nonsense” therapist, by her patients, created a company called Cowboy Up Recovery after recognizing the bankruptcy of the present medical model. Too many people regard conventional medical wisdom as gospel, ignoring the subversive influences of Big Pharma and Big Medicine.

She believes, Americans in general are being trained from an early age to defer to experts in numerous areas of life and losing the impulses for self-responsibility and self-reliance in the process. Over-diagnosis and over-medicating has become endemic.

While thankful for the best miracles of modern medicine, she encourages people of all persuasions to listen to their bodies and seek out answers to maintain not just an absence of disease but optimal health.

Her advice is: Cowboy Up, no one cares more about your health than you do.

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