I present building strength after knee surgery here so you can be an exception to the majority of knee patients who suffer a huge strength deficit after surgery… a deficit that can linger for weeks, months and even years.
Knee Surgery? Knee Replacement? A sedentary lifestyle can be detrimental to your physical health, ability to function, mental health, and ultimately, shorten your life span. Not for you!! Some valuable techniques for you here. Written by Yvonne LaCrosse, PTA.
Linda found the X10 Knee Recovery System three months after a series of unfortunate orthopedic events… including a fall, full leg cast and rehab that just did not work. Read her story here.
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.
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.