A Physical Therapist Explains Knee Scar Tissue
We introduced this video about knee scar tissue to help educate millions of future knee patients. Included here are some of the most important concepts we all need to understand to maximize knee surgery recovery. Mission This video has been praised far and wide as the single most helpful video to watch prior to Knee Replacement Surgery. All about knee surgery recovery and knee scar tissue here.
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. Lisa has the unique perspective of dealing with hundreds of Total Knee Arthroplasty (TKA) patients before the advent of the X10 device. She describes here what X10 has meant to TKA recovery for the many patients she has seen recover using the machine and therapy from MICVNA.
Looking Inside the Knee (Knee Scar Tissue)
Topics Covered in This Interview:
- What is Swelling in the Knee
- Build up of Knee Scar Tissue
- Fibrosis (“Scar Tissue on Steroids”)
- The Importance of Movement
- X10™ and Preventing Scar Tissue
- Flexion Contracture
- Strengthening on X10™
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The X10 Meta-Blog
We call it a “Meta-Blog” because we step back and give you a broad perspective on all aspects of knee health, surgery and recovery like this article about knee scar tissue..
In this one-of-a-kind blog, we gather together great thinkers, doers, writers related to Knee Surgery, Recovery, Preparation, Care, Success, and Failure. Meet physical therapists, coaches, surgeons, patients, and as many smart people as we can gather to create useful articles for you. Whether you have a surgery upcoming, in the rear-view mirror, or just want to take care of your knees to avoid surgery, you should find some value here. Executive Editor: PJ Ewing (firstname.lastname@example.org)