Avoid MUA – Failed Knee Recovery

The X10 Knee Recovery System™ has been used by thousands of patients, many of whom use it to avoid the procedure known as the Manipulation Under Anesthesia. If your physical therapist of surgeon has brought up the MUA please call us now. Time is of the essence when it comes to avoiding this procedure and the much longer recovery time that accompanies it.

Manipulation Under Anesthesia (MUA) is a procedure done under anesthetic because of the tremendous pain. After you’re asleep, your doctor will bend and straighten your leg repeatedly until he or she no longer feels scar tissue ripping. This restores your range of motion, but does not guarantee that you’ll keep it. You will then need to re-start therapy.

Jeanie and Kathy avoided an MUA at five-six weeks post surgery by turning to the X10. Watch their stories below.

Gary (Avoid MUA) – The total knee replacement (TKA) was on December 3, 2019. By mid-January, it was apparent that the recovery had stalled. On February 4, 2020, two months after his knee replacement, at only 88º of flexion, Gary started on X10.

“And so the first week and a half, I think I was around 105º – 107º. Toward the third week, I was floating between 125º and 130º on flexion. I was at zeroº on my extension.” – Read More

Gary Pendergraff - Avoid Manipulation Under Anesthesia

The X10 is available through your insurance or as a short-term rental. Most patients do not need the X10 for more than 17 days. Our clinical team is ready to help you at any time with your knee surgery recovery. You can reach us with a phone call at 1-855-910-5633 or an email at info@x10therapy.com. To schedule a 15 minute call with us click on the Want to Learn More? image on this page.