Preventing Fibrosis with X10? I think is absolutely what it does. But beyond that, I think if you have a patient that has fibrosis in their knee, or has some kind of a flexion contracture, you can also bring X10 in in that situation.
Fibrosis is another way to look at scar tissue. It’s scar tissue, plus. Some of the scar tissue that we have, you can think of like spiderwebs And so we can move the knee joint a little bit or the shoulder, or whatever joint it happens to be, and we can break those spiderwebs and we can get some range of motion back.
The number of knee replacements for younger people has skyrocketed in the past 10 years. And with these surgeries come new questions and expectations.
Erin Rempher gives us insight into a big trend toward youth and knee replacement.
Just when you think you can’t go any further, you keep pushing forward and within a few days (maybe even a week), you will see your hard work pay off.
We all like the idea of taking care of ourselves, but sometimes having room in your schedule and budget to do things the “right” way can seem challenging. Here are some simple strategies you can work into your lifestyle, without dedicating funds or time you don’t have.
At the most basic level guarding occurs when your therapist pushes your knee one way and you push right back, negating his attempt to help you gain flexibility as you try to protect yourself. This is called Protective Muscle Guarding.
Once you book your surgery, it is time to start preparing for the procedure and recovery. While recovery from cosmetic procedures takes patience, there are steps you can take to ensure prompt recovery times and improve outcomes, including the reduction of noticeable scars.
Four months after his total knee replacement (11-19-18) Kerry went through the Manipulation Under Anesthesia (3-28-19). He chose the X10 for his recovery afterwards.
Flexion is the number one challenge for most patients after any knee surgery. A lack of full knee flexion is the number one reason patients call us looking for an “X10 Intervention”
Maryland Air National Guardsman, Ed Bard, used the X10 to 1) solve a tough right knee replacement recovery in 2016, and 2) make it a quick recovery for his left knee in 2019.