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TOTAL KNEE COMPLICATIONS
Home » Patellar Clunk Syndrome: Complication Following Knee Replacement Surgery In general, Total Knee Replacement (TKR) is a highly successful procedure. In fact, according to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, more than 90% of patients have well functioning implants 15 years after surgery.1 Unfortunately, complications, although relatively rare, can sometimes occur. One such complication is known as Patellar Clunk Syndrome. Patellar Clunk Syndrome: Complication Following Knee Replacement Surgery : TotalKneeWeb.com – Simple, Concise Information on Total Knee Replacement & Related Topics
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Copyright 2011 American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Total Knee Replacement Exercise Guide Regular exercise to restore your knee mobility and strength and a gradual return to everyday activities are important for your full recovery. Your orthopaedic surgeon and physical therapist may recommend that you exercise approximately 20 to 30 minutes two or three times a day and walk 30 minutes, two or three times a day during your early recovery. Your orthopaedic surgeon may suggest some of the following exercises. Total Knee Replacement Exercise Guide - Your Orthopaedic Connection - AAOS
Knee Rehabilitation After Surgery Tankersley WS, Mont MA, Hungerford DS: In: Rehabilitation Secrets. Young MA, O'Yang B, Steins SA, (eds). Hanley and Belfus, Mosley, Philadelphia, 1997. 1.
Day of Surgery: The day of knee replacement surgery is mostly a day to recover from your procedure. But it is not just about rest. Depending on the time of day of your surgery, you may be asked to sit in a chair or on the side of the bed. Patients will begin simple activities including ankle pumps, leg lifts, and heel slides. Knee Replacement Rehab - Knee Replacement Recovery
Joint replacement involves surgery to replace the ends of bones in a damaged joint. This surgery creates new joint surfaces. In knee replacement surgery, the ends of the damaged thigh and lower leg (shin) bones and usually the kneecap are capped with artificial surfaces lined with metal and plastic. Knee replacement surgery
How to Rehab a Total Knee Replacement Rehabilitation typically begins on the day of or the day after surgery. The first few days consist of bed exercises designed to maintain or increase knee range of motion. A physical therapist will also work to help you walk and negotiate stairs. The therapist will also guide you in determining how many repetitions of each exercise to perform. Bed exercises include the following: Ankle pumps: While lying on your back, pump your ankles up and down alternately.
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