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Posts Tagged: Fluid in the Knee/Pump Fluid Out

Knee Replacement in The Villages, a Smart Move

THE VILLAGES, Florida — Mary found X10 at a seminar at The Waterfront Inn in The Villages. She wanted to make sure she had a complete recovery soon after knee replacement in The Villages. She signed up on the spot, had the X10 in her home within days, and had surgery a week later.

“I just wish more orthopedic surgeons would take a look at this technology.”

Recovery After Surgery

The surgery was a great success thanks to the good work of Dr.

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A Therapist Explains Scar Tissue in the Knee

We introduced this video about scar tissue in the knee more than two years ago. Since then it has become a YouTube wonder video and has been praised far and wide as the single most helpful video to watch prior to Knee Replacement Surgery.

About the Author

Lisa Alarcon is the Director of Physical Therapy at Michigan Community VNA. She received a Masters Degree of Physical Therapy from Oakland University. She has a long record of work in Orthopedics, with Parkenson’s Disease and in Geriatric rehabilitation.

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Most Importantly Our Patients Get Well, Fast

Six Interviews

We have been very busy helping knee patients in Michigan recovery from knee surgery this spring. And we captured some wonderful interviews of a few of them recently. We have patients experiencing significant range of motion progress. Click on any link below to view the interview.

Kevin’s athletic schedule takes your breath away.

Linda reminds everyone that “move it or lose it”, could never be more true than with knee rehab.

Mike is quite matter of fact about surgeons’ use of X10, “if they do not think you need it bull#$%*!”

Julia broke records for Range of Motion at 10 days – making Dr.

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What is X10?

You Choose Your Rehab

X10 Knee Rehabilitation

The X10 is a knee rehab machine that will gently help you get to your target range of motion before scar tissue can get in the way. It has been available to patients in Michigan under the care of top surgeons and therapists for the past four years. Thousands of patients have recovered on the X10 to date.

The X10 is now available for placement in patients’ homes for the weeks immediately following knee replacement surgery and knee manipulation in:






In the X10 you have a tool that puts the control over your knee’s recovery in your hands.

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Knee Replacement: The Therapist Perspective

This is a four part series based on an in-depth interview with Lisa Alarcon, a highly respected physical therapist, who shares her extensive knowledge of best practices in post TKA knee rehabilitation. Lisa Alarcon has been working with the X10 since its introduction. Lisa has both the educational background and the field experience to put this new technology in perspective.

Included here is information that orthopedic surgeons do not generally share with their patients. Of particular value to you is the information about scar tissue found in Part Four.

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Outpatient Therapy with X10: Improving Knee Replacement Results

Nora Cascardo PT, OMPT of Premier Therapy Centers, Inc. She is primarily an orthopedic specialist. She has been using the X10™ in her practice for over three years and has had over 200 patients on the machine in that time period. She has used the X10 for outpatient therapy and new improved knee replacement results have been the result of this work. The X10 gets patients back to normal within weeks whereas with traditional therapy it can take three to six months; furthermore patients knee function is much better after using the X10.

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The Body’s Repair System After Knee Replacement

When the body repairs itself after a wound or deeply invasive surgery like a knee replacement it does so by creating new tissues that are very strong, but not elastic. The body cannot rebuild elastic tissue. Fibrosis is a proliferation of strong fibrous connective tissue that the body builds to replace the tissue lost in a knee replacement surgery.

During the earliest stage of repair the injured cells turn into adhesions, which are basically dead cells that need to be replaced.

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A brilliant surgeon and smart rehab


Helen is retired from public education where she was a teacher and administrator. She now works as a consultant in school reform turning around failing schools. Outside of work she skis and plays golf, which is her passion. Helen is also a published author. This story is all about Dr. Verner’s great surgery and Helen’s fast recovery from her second knee replacement.

Right Knee 2012 (conventional rehab)
Left Knee 2013 (rehab with X10)

Knee problems seem to run in her family and indeed, both knees have given her trouble over the past seven years.

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Bilateral Knee Replacement


Mike is a member of the X10-2K Club™.

FOWLERVILLE, Michigan — Mike is a “real outdoor kind of guy.” Judo, wrestling, swimming, football, Tae Kwan Do, mountain climbing, hiking, biking, motorcycling – he participates in a ton of physical activity. Mike has actually run a six minute mile; that’s “New York Marathon speed.”

Life has been painful for the past four years, but Mike put off his surgery, trying to find a way to work it out to fit into his busy schedule.

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