Knee Manipulation Under Anesthesia

If lack of bending is a problem after knee surgery most orthopedic surgeons will recommend a Manipulation Under Anesthesia. The procedure takes approximately 10 minutes and is performed in a hospital or surgical center. General anesthesia is administered. An orthopedic surgeon then bends and flexes the knee to tear through scar tissue that has formed in the knee.

To learn more watch Jeanie’s story below.

Avoid a Manipulation Under Anesthesia: Free Resources for You

We have a free email series for knee patient who are four or more weeks post-surgery and are having a challenging recovery.

Read new research on X10 and how to avoid MUA or recovery quickly afterward here.

Click here to join a private discussion group on Facebook to get help from others facing similar circumstances.

We also have a full Knee Library for you to get expert knowledge on MUA and other topics like pre-hab, rehab, and knee anatomy. Click here to visit the Knee Library.

Finally we have the X10 Knee Recovery System™. For most at 4-10 weeks post surgery it is a two week rental of the X10 and they are back on track with their knee surgery recovery. You get a private coach, in-home teaching, a patient email series and membership in The X10 Companion private discussion group.

Schedule a free 15 minute consultation to speak with one of our coaches. We likely have the solution to your knee surgery recovery problem.

Recovery Basics Email Series
Knee Manipulation Under Anesthesia on Facebook
Knee Educational Resources and Evaluations

Avoid a Manipulation Under Anesthesia: A Frequent X10 Request

At X10 we receive a high volume of calls every day from people like Jeanie. If we have an X10 in the region of the county where the patient is we do everything we can do get it in the patient’s home as soon as possible. Fighting an MUA is a bit of a race against time. We want to get our program going before time gets ahead of us.

Jeanie was a very compliant patient… she put her time in, enjoyed the therapy, made steady progress… and made her coach, Lisa, very proud.

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..

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