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The X10 Meta-Blog

We call it a “Meta-Blog.” We step back and give you a broad perspective on all aspects of knee health. We cover knee surgery and recovery as with this article on your gait after knee replacement.

In this one-of-a-kind blog we gather together great thinkers, doers, and writers. All our work is 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. This is for you if you have a surgery upcoming, or in the rear-view mirror. Or maybe you just want to take care of your knees to avoid surgery. Executive Editor: PJ Ewing

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Some recent articles in the X10 Meta Blog below.

Knee Replacement 20 Days Later (Sandy’s Story)

I have really good feelings about the X10. I would recommend it to anyone and I’m happy to share that with you because you all made it possible.

Bill Parravano The Knee Pain Guru

People want to ultimately get out of knee pain. And I can help them either coming from the angle of an Ortho-Bionomy practitioner, or I can come from the angle of teaching them a strengthening the tendons and ligaments in their joint using martial arts and Systema.

Knee Educational Resources & Evaluations

A ‘New Knee Library’ and a full complement of knee assessments for you. A big update with diagnostic tools for you to use to assess your leg strength, range of motion, and overall level of mobility.

Managing Extreme Pain After Total Knee Replacement in 2019

An athlete all his life Tom writes about the challenges of total knee replacement recovery under circumstances of extreme pain. Mary Elliott does an in-depth interview for the podcast and Tom Jurewicz shares his story in this signature article about perseverance, courage and recovery.

Interview with Physical Therapist Kishore Jeevanandam

Generally after a knee surgery when your knee joint is swollen, there is a lot of exudation and fluid built up. These fluids can ultimately result to a scar tissue formation wherein your range of motion can be restricted or maybe even making it hard for you to regain your range of motion.

10 Weeks After Knee Replacement and All’s Well

Patty did most of her recovery at home. She faithfully worked on her rehab each day. She consulted with her X10 Coach, strategized on next steps. And, Patty found that her recovery went quickly, to the point that she could live as she would like after her knee replacement, without complication.