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Accelerated Knee Surgery Recovery
Accelerated Knee Surgery Recovery

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After 21 Knee Surgeries: REVISION by Dr. Carl Freeman
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The answer to long-lasting health and mobility after knee surgery may be gathering dust in your own basement. Learn how to maximize the use of a stationary bike in this article by Mike McClellan.
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Bilateral Knee Replacement Recovery with The X10 Knee Recovery System™.
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Sandra did one knee after the other instead of two knees at once. It worked for her and could work for you. Watch, read, listen to her story of knee replacement surgery and recovery here.
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The trend toward replacing two knees at once continues to be a strong one. And younger and younger people are going ahead with this surgery. Is that a good thing?

An analysis of this phenomenon, complete with interviews with patients and therapists... click the image below.

“So, would you like one lump, or two?”
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Sandra made quick work of her first total knee replacement with the X10 Knee Recovery System™.
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Ray is an NCAA Basketball Official who had a bilateral knee replacement surgery in April. He has been working extremely hard all summer to be ready for the next season. Ray has been sending videos of his training along the way - as he heads toward an unprecedented return to the courts in October or November.

So - this is part one... with part two of Ray's story coming once he is back on the court and will be, officially, the first NCAA Basketball Official to return to his job after bilateral knee replacement.
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Linnea's quick recovery from a patellar fracture using the X10.
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Linnea Lannon writes today on all about her patellar fracture and how she got back to her life afterwards. "How Linnea Got Her Groove Back."
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Immediately following knee replacement, pain and swelling make regaining range of motion a challenge. The swelling inhibits movement as the knee area is bulkier, tender and just not as mobile as it would be without the swelling.

As time goes by the fluid surrounding your knee can create scar tissue, which may permanently impede flexibility if left untreated. Our immediate objective with physical therapy is to reduce swelling after knee replacement while we reconnect the brain to leg muscles, get those muscles “firing”, and get range of motion back again.
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