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    Glenn Smith 06 Feb

    Knee Replacement Rehabilitation

    5 Best Exercises To Do After A Knee Replacement Surgery

    Once you return home from a knee replacement, it is tempting to just relax and take it easy. It is important to exercise though after the surgery to help build strength and prevent complications. Exercising is a crucial component to the healing process after a knee replacement. The exercise will also improve motion in your knee to help get your activity level back to where it was before the […]

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    Glenn Smith 28 Nov

    Knee Replacement Rehabilitation

    5 Exercises to Regain Strength and Mobility Following Knee Replacement Surgery

    Americans are living longer than they used to, and requiring various kinds of advanced healthcare to ensure they remain active and vital as they age.  One of the health interventions which is becoming increasingly common is knee replacement surgery.  According to the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, more than 600,000 knee replacement surgeries are performed in the United States each […]

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    Glenn Smith 01 Nov

    Knee Replacement Rehabilitation

    Why You Should Have Your Knee Replacement Sooner Than Later

    For many people, surgery is a last resort, and with good reason. There are risks associated with surgical procedures, and the recovery process can seem daunting. However, sometimes it's necessary. If you've already tried exercise, injections, and other treatments to cope with your knee pain, your doctor may recommend a knee replacement.[…]

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    Glenn Smith 01 Sep

    Knee Replacement Rehabilitation

    8 Best Practice Strategies for Knee Replacement Recovery When You Are Over 60

    In 2010, almost 700,000 people over the age of 45 had total knee replacements (according to the Centers for Disease Control), making it the most frequently performed inpatient procedure in this age group.  In the decade from 2000 to 2010, the total number of knee replacements (arthroplasties) was more than 5 million, with 98.1% of all surgeries performed on people 45 years of age or older.  […]

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