If you want to get back into yoga (or maybe even begin yoga for the first time) after knee surgery, you are at the right place. Lauren Bingle has created two lovely yoga sets, each with you in mind. She presents her first set specifically for people with knee issues. Yoga exercises after knee surgery here.
Deb was living a purposeful and exciting life. Sadly, things like volleyball, tennis, and dancing became very challenging because of the excruciating pain that certain movement caused her. These limitations contributed to muscle loss, weakness as well as depression. Deb faced some very important decisions.
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.
I must admit there was a certain amount of competition as I was motivated to beat my wife’s record of progress on the X10! I combined warming the muscles prior to exercise and following up with ice to reduce swelling.
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.
Stretches for Pickleball and Tennis (plus a few other racquet sports). Low impact racquet sports can make you live a longer happier life. Let’s talk stretching and strength for these health sports.
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.
Everyone else thought Nan’s recovery was done. Her bend was “good enough”, her pain was gone, she should “be happy” with the results she had. Nan did not agree.
The incidence of Knee Manipulation Under Anesthesia (MUA) can be as high as 8% of all surgeries. The rate of having a second MUA has been reported to be 25%. The question then is what next after Manipulation Under Anesthesia. Dan’s solved it with the X10 Knee Recovery System.
Came home, started using it immediately a couple times a day. It doesn’t hurt because the machine knows when it’s putting too much pressure on you, and it will stop if it realizes that you’re getting too much pressure. It’s incredibly easy to use. I am so far ahead of where I would have been if I hadn’t found it simply because you don’t get any feedback on your own.