Jeanie (Avoid MUA) – Just two more weeks. That is all she asked for. Before agreeing to go ahead with a return trip to the hospital, more anesthesia, swelling, pain and a new round of rehab Jeanie wanted to solve this problem on her own. In the end she found the X10 which came with a great remote coach and, finally, hope. In two weeks… no MUA… click the picture to watch Jeanie’s story. – Read More
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
Christine (Avoid MUA) – At six weeks post surgery Dr. Scott and Christine’s favorite physical therapist were talking about a Manipulation Under Anesthesia. The CPM had failed in helping with range of motion. P.T. was getting nowhere. The clock was ticking. Learn how Christine avoided an MUA in just a few weeks by clicking on the picture here. – Read More
Kathy (Avoid MUA) – Kathy always chooses the best of the best. Vacations, cars, clothes. When it came to her painful knee she chose one of the best surgeons in Michigan for her Total Knee Replacement Surgery. You can imagine her surprise when the recovery went south, the rehab facility failed her, and she was facing a Manipulation Under Anesthesia. Find out how Kathy got her groove back. – Read More
Recover After MUA
Nancy (After MUA) – Depression. Frustration. Tears. The CPM machine had failed to help. The Biodex machine caused excruciating pain. The physical therapist (who was doing his best to be caring) pushed Nancy so hard, she had to “vocalize” her discomfort to the alarm of everyone in the facility. She promised herself that after the Manipulation Under Anesthesia things would be different. – Read More
Carol (After MUA) – Both of my knees were injured on 9/11. I was crushed in Tower Two when it collapsed. I had immediate surgeries, right after 9/11. And then with all the other surgeries and injuries, I was in a process of recovery for a very long time. In fact, I’m still in the process of physical recovery from 9/11. I have neck injuries, back injuries, knees, shoulder, and foot. This knee is a 9/11 injury that I’ve just been dealing with over the years. – Read More
Allen (After MUA) – Even with the best surgeons at the best hospitals there are plenty of rehab challenges. Allen’s surgery by Dr. McLawhorn at HSS was spot on. No problem there. It was just the nature of his physiology that derailed his recovery after total knee surgery. But even after the MUA Allen was still stuck in the 70’s… at least in terms of his range of motion. He needed some help to make this knee surgery a success. – Read More
Robert (After MUA) – Unlucky. A dirty needle on a routine Cortisone shot. And then a three hour surgery to remove infection, a difficult rehab that ended up failing, and then a Knee Manipulation Under Anesthesia. Yet, you just get the feeling that Bob smiled his way through all of this… at least you will once you watch this interview. You will cheer for Bob like we did… and we were the ones who worked with him after that MUA to get him well and back to the sports he loves. – Read More
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