Once you have a knee replacement or other knee surgery that compromised your knee range of motion, it is up to you to make the most of this new lease on life. One of the keys to doing just that is stretching after knee replacement.
KNEE SURGERY RECOVERY
When you have total knee replacement (TKR) surgery, recovery and rehabilitation is a crucial stage. In this stage, you’ll get back on your feet and return to an active lifestyle.
The 12 weeks following surgery are very important for recovery and rehab. Committing to a plan and pushing yourself to do as much as possible each day will help you heal faster from surgery and improve your chances for long-term success.
Halley Orthopedic Products was founded in Southeast Michigan in 2005. The company’s objective was simple: improve the results of knee surgery through new rehabilitation technology. The result of years of research and development was the first model of the X10 Knee Rehabilitation Machine in 2011. Since then many thousands of knee patients have recovered using the X10™.
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In 2015 I was rear-ended at a stop light. I knew immediately that my leg was injured. My knee recovery after a car accident lasted for more than three years. Arthroscopies, ligament repairs and even a Manual Manipulation Under Anesthesia. It was only when I got on the X10 that I was finally able to get my life back.
A failed total knee replacement recovery far from X10’s home base in Michigan. Unsuccessful physical therapy (including traditional P.T. and the CPM machine) in Wisconsin. A successful rehab with X10 at home; putting knee replacement in the rear view mirror.
If X10 is not yet in your area, then let’s talk about how you can use where it is already available. Knee Recovery Tourism within the U.S. may seem strange, but many are finding recovery from a stalled knee surgery where we can help with the X10.
Cathy’s right knee replacement turned into a long bad adventure when her rehab failed to deliver the results she expected. Her knee recovery nightmare ended once she traveled from her home in Arizona to Michigan to use the X10 Knee Recovery System after Two Manipulations Under Anesthesia.
Dr. Fred Slete was told by a fellow dentist to explore new recovery technology for his total knee replacement. He chose to do knee pre-hab and rehab after knee replacement with the X10 Knee Recovery System.
Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis attacked my knee joint. Due to the extensive damage that had occurred, I chose to undergo a total knee replacement at the age of 29 to improve pain and my overall quality of life.
When the recovery stalls around six weeks after knee surgery patients naturally get upset about the whole thing. I regularly hear the words “I wish had had never had this surgery. I’d rather go back to my bone-on-bone self.” And I know this can be fixed.
Since the advent of knee replacement doctors understood that the operation eliminated arthritic pain, but did not restore patient to full function. Restoring full function required therapy post surgery. We present here the truth behind the CPM with the hope that patients who are presented with the CPM as an option for post surgery recovery will be empowered to make an informed decision on whether or not to use it. – Dr. David Halley