The pain is so much better than it was prior to surgery; other than during exercise and physical therapy. My normal daily routine. Early morning bike, walk, stairs, leg extensions, hamstring curls, and heel slides or another type of stretch and then repeat in the afternoon.
Today consisted of 15 minutes on the bike with controlled resistance of 30 watts, 15 minute walk and heel slides this morning. This afternoon was, 15 minutes on the bike with increased controlled resistance of 50 watts, 1.25 mile walk with the first mile without cane, 5 sets of stairs (16 steps) up an down using cane, 15 leg extension with 2.5 pound ankle weight, 15 ham string curls with 2.5 pound ankle weight, 1 minute stability cushion with both feet, 1 minute left foot, 1 minute right foot, 15 squats using chair to stabilize followed by feel slides. The below photo will give you a visual of where I am in comparison to the right leg. The top photo I picked my right foot and placed it as close to the buttocks as I could without assistance. I then did the same with the left foot (total knee replacement leg) and I am only with a few inches. The below picture pulling the left leg toward the buttocks.
All this said, I am ecstatic on the progress. I am way ahead of where I anticipated to be by this time. My retirement ceremony is next week and I should be walking just fine by then.