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Posts Tagged: Continuous Passive Motion Machine

Studies Referenced:
Halley Orthopedics, “X10™ Passive Range of Motion Feasibility Study.” Copyright ©2013

Cochrane Collaboration, “Continuous Passive Motion Following Total Knee Arthroplasty in People with Arthritis.” Published by John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Copyright ©2014.

There was great hope at one time for Continuous Passive Motion

In the 1970’s & 80’s machines called CPM’s (Continuous Passive Motion) were developed to try to aid in knee replacement recovery. Doctors used CPM’s because the concept of early motion after knee replacement made sense. Since then many studies have evaluated their effectiveness.

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Patient Research: X10 Compared to CPM Machine

For many years rehabilitation techniques for Total Knee Arthroplasty patients have lagged behind important advances in knee hardware and surgical procedures. Patient results have remained the same for the past 30 years with the only consistent recovery tools being the continuous passive motion machine and hands-on manipulation provided by physical therapists. The CPM machine is a rudimentary device. Hands-on manual therapy can be a painful experience. The results speak for themselves:

After SIX WEEKS the average ROM (range of motion) across the country is 83º.

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X10 Knee Replacement FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions: Knee Replacement and X10 Therapy (the X10 Knee Replacement FAQ)

Total knee Arthroplasty: TKA

TKA stands for Total Knee Arthroplasty. It is a surgery to replace the weight bearing surfaces of the knee joint to eliminate pain and lack of motion in the knee. Arthroplasty means “surgical repair of joint.” It is an orthopedic surgical procedure where the articular surface (location where bones connect) of a join is replaced or realigned or remodeled. It is typically done to restore knee function after damage.

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