Chanette was just walking the dogs. Two little Yorkies. As she does every day of her life. But this time was different. Two new dogs emerged along the route. Big dogs. Mean dogs. Headed her way. And instead of being stopped by an electric fence, they just kept coming.
Don rolled a dump truck and was thrown from the cab of the vehicle. He was in a wheelchair for months. The X10 Knee Recovery System™ was able to help Don’s knee and, surprisingly, his hip as well. In addition to all of his injuries, Don was facing a very challenging ACL LCL Knee Recovery.
Terri was hiking the Appalachian Trail when she tore her meniscus. That led to a total knee replacement. Hear a detailed interview about how she recovered from the surgery here.
Dr. Ronald Lederman received his undergraduate and medical degrees from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. He is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon with an additional one year of fellowship training in lower extremity orthopedics.
In the physical therapy world it is not uncommon for the P.T. abbreviation, which is supposed to stand for Physical Therapy, to also be referred to as Pain and Torture. Unfortunately this is a very common reference for those who have gone through a total knee replacement. But is the “no pain no gain” approach really the best?
In 2015 I was rear-ended at a stop light. I knew immediately that my leg was injured. My knee recovery after a car accident lasted for more than three years. Arthroscopies, ligament repairs and even a Manual Manipulation Under Anesthesia. It was only when I got on the X10 that I was finally able to get my life back.