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Posts Tagged: Planning for Rehab

Successful Knee Replacement Surgery

Successful knee replacement traditionally requires a considerable investment of time and energy in rehabilitation following the surgery. Since the beginning of modern knee replacement in the 1960’s there has been a constant improvement in the hardware available to replace the human knee. Post surgery rehabilitation, however, has seen very little change over the years. Rehabilitation begins in the hospital, usually the day after surgery. During this period a strict timetable of exercise, rest, and medication is of paramount importance to the success of the sur­gery.

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Considering a Minimally Invasive Knee Replacement

Surgeons continually seek ways to make joint replacements and repairs easier, safer and less arduous for the patient. A number of new techniques are currently under development.

Some surgeons have started performing knee replacement surgery through very small incisions, a procedure called minimally invasive joint replacement. However, minimally invasive procedures are more difficult to perform than standard joint replacements, and researchers don’t yet know whether the long-term results will be as good. In addition, not everyone is a candidate, including individuals who are obese.

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Age an Obstacle to Knee Replacement

Some people may worry that they are too old too benefit from having a total knee replacement. Even osteoarthritis patients 75 and older appear to benefit greatly from joint replacement surgery, as a study in the Archives of Internal Medicine has indicated. The research team tracked 174 older patients with severe knee or hip osteoarthritis—average age 75—for 12 months, assessing them at six weeks, six months, and one year. During that time, 29% (47) had joint replacement surgery. Although most of them took several weeks to recover, the long-term results were less pain and disability.

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Evaluating Physical Activities After Your Knee Replacement

If you are facing a knee replacement or have already had one, you should talk to your physician about the risks of physical activity, such as a loosening or dislocation of the replacement and the possible need for a repeat surgery (called a Revision). Odds are that a knee replacement won’t get in the way of your tennis game or keep you off the driving range.

A study in the Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine found that activities like biking, bowling, and golf are o.k.

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The Pros and Cons of Knee Replacement Surgery

Knee replacement surgery is not without its risks. Complications, such as blood clots and infections, can occur. The good news is that precautions can be taken to control for these potential problems. In addition, the road to recovery can be challenging, particularly with joint replacement surgery. Over 700,000 Americans will undergo this surgery over the next 12 months. So if you go forward with a total or partial knee replacement you are certainly not alone.

Many people who undergo knee replacement surgery experience important decreases in their pain, significant improvements in mental health and quality of their life.

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Find Out What Happens During Knee Replacement Surgery

Joint replacement is called arthroplasty. The most common type of arthroplasty is total joint replacement. During knee replacement, the osteoarthritic joint is removed and replaced with an artificial one (a prosthesis) to relieve pain and restore function. Arthroplasty requires hospitalization and, usually, general anesthesia, though in some instances of knee replacement, regional anesthesia (spinal, epidural, or nerve block) may be used to numb the lower body. The surgery usually takes less than two hours. Of course you will not feel any pain during knee replacement.

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Cheryl, Pickelball, Dr. Derek Farr, Total Knee Replacement

THE VILLAGES, Florida — Cheryl is a highly active person. Walking, biking, competitive sports including her beloved Pickleball – a staple sport in The Villages, Florida. After 30 years of working in the U.S. Postal Service in Michigan her left knee needed some attention. Enter Dr. Derek Farr of Twin Palm Orthopedics in Ocala, Florida. Dr. Farr offered Cheryl a wide range of options. She could have continued with a series of cortisone injections to stave off surgery, but Dr.

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Female Knee Replacements: Should they be Considered?

Designed specifically to fit a woman’s knee, female knee replacements have been available only for the past 10 or so years. Prior to 2006, when the Gender Solutions knee was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), knee replacements were unisex—designed to fit both men and women.

Female Knee Replacements

However, some surgeons found that women who received conventional knee implants were more likely than men to complain of pain in the front of the knee or tightness and tenderness when they kneeled or squatted.

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Knee Rehabilitation at BOULEVARD HEALTH CENTER with X10

You Deserve The Best

It’s not to early to start planning for your post-surgery knee rehabilitation. If you’re unable to return directly home and expect to need additional support and assistance, the team at Bradford Medical Resort can help you get back on your feet quickly and safely.

Boulevard Team at Bradford

The Team at Bradford
Rehabilitation guided by highly skilled, specially trained therapists in a state-of-the-art therapy gym. Rapid recovery protocol with the X10 knee machine helps rapidly rebuild flexibility and prevent muscle atrophy so you can get Back to Full Strength™.

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Boulevard’s Bradford Medical Resort

Mary Recovered from Knee Surgery at Boulevard’s Bradford Medical Resort

Mary is 87. She needed a knee replacement but felt she had to make the right decision on her rehab. She looked high and low (visiting three different facilities in the area) to find the right environment. She was looking for a comfortable, caring place where she should focus on getting better. It was no contest. Boulevard Health Center’s Bradford Medical Resort was the clear winner. Within three days of her surgery at St.

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Joan Recovered from Knee Surgery at Boulevard’s Bradford Medical Resort

Joan could not have been happier with her decision to recover at Boulevard’s Bradford Medical Resort. If you watch the interview here you will get her appraisel of Boulevard and the therapy that she received there. What you will not really see in our interview, as it ended up on the “cutting room floor”, are those less medical and more enjoyable aspects of her recovery at Boulevard.

Why Boulevard
Joan loved the food.

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Ed’s Bilateral Knee Replacement

Ed was prepared for a lot of pain. His readings and even his surgeon warned him of a potentially painful and long recovery from his bilateral knee replacement. He was back to his beloved golf game in two months. Learn here about bilateral knee replacement: Back to Golf in Under 60 Days.

Ed’s Recovery Plan

Ed approached his knee replacement surgery many months in advance and with great care. We can all learn from his methodical way of dealing with such an important event in his life.

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RECOVERY MATTERS – a BLOG about Knee Replacement Health

Before a knee replacement Larry had to decide what to watch

before a knee replacement

The Surgery, View, or Not

It’s 11:00 p.m. a week before a knee replacement, and you have YouTube open on your glowing computer screen… All is settled, your knee replacement surgery has been scheduled, you did your homework. You love your surgeon and hospital. You have a plan for rehab. There it is, a video about knee replacement. It looks a bit graphic. Informative. Scary?

So, do you watch it… or not?

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RECOVERY MATTERS – a BLOG about Knee Replacement Health
Surgeons Talk About Scar Tissue

Scar Tissue and TKA

Should surgeons talk about scar tissue? Henry’s situation.

Henry’s path to knee replacement surgery is like that of many who are seeking relief from knee pain and getting back to the life they led before their mobility was compromised. He is 75 years old and has been very active all his life. Henry eventually experienced severe knee pain, received shots relieve the pain and to keep going, and finally was designated a candidate for knee replacement surgery.

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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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Hundred’s of Patients Have Recovered with X10

The X10 is a knee rehabilitation machine that will allow you to recovery in weeks from a knee replacement. You do not need to spend months trying to improve your range of motion. You do not need to lower your expectations and hope for the best out of your recovery. We will bring the X10 to your home where you will get your range of motion back quickly. The X10 will help you avoid the complications that scar tissue presents to your recovery.

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Post Surgery with the X10

Accelerated Recovery

How could a machine make such a big difference in recovery?

Your surgery will take about 90 minutes. If you do it right, your full recovery with X10 will take less than six weeks. Post surgery with the X10… usually means three weeks with the X10 machine in your home and (if needed) three weeks of outpatient care in a physical therapy clinic that has X10 as the core part of their knee surgery rehabilitation program.

This is your critical window of opportunity. What happens in these early weeks has great implications for your future mobility.

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