Did you have double vision prior to the surgery? The only thing they could do after the surgery is perform a new CT scan to make sure the muscle is not stuck anywhere. Otherwise, the muscle could be damaged or swollen and may take up to six months to recover. Occasionally, if there was enough damage to the muscle itself or significant scar tissue develops around the muscle, you may not recover full motility in all fields of gaze. Other than a CT scan though to rule out an unlikely trapped muscle, there is nothing else that could or should be done at this time other than wait.
Actually, 6 weeks is a pretty long period of time..Have no idea why you still see dobkr, but you definitely should go to a doctor. I've read many reviews (http://www.pissedconsumer.com/consumer-reviews/medical-equipment.html) concerning eye surgery, and seeing double is not a right thing to experience after the operation