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total knee replacement exercises handout

Total Knee Exercises Why should I exercise my knee Doing the exercises in this handout will strengthen the muscles that support your knee to help you recover from knee replacement surgery How should I exercise Do the exercises selected by your physical therapist in the right phase 1 2 or 3 for your stage of recovery

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Total Knee Replacement Exercise Guide  OrthoInfo  AAOS
Total Knee Replacement Exercise Guide OrthoInfo AAOS

Regular exercise to restore strength and mobility to your knee and a gradual return to everyday activities are important for your full recovery after knee replacement Your orthopaedic surgeon and physical therapist may recommend that you exercise for 20 to 30 minutes 2 or 3 times a day and walk for 30 minutes 2 or 3 times a day during your

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TOTAL KNEE REPLACEMENT  Penn Medicine
TOTAL KNEE REPLACEMENT Penn Medicine

Tighten your thigh muscles and press your knee as flat as possible Imagine you are squashing a tennis ball behind your knee • If you are doing this exercise correctly you should feel a stretch behind your knee • Hold this position for 5 seconds • Relax your thigh muscle • Repeat 10x on each leg 1 23 6 89 45 EXERCISE 10 Knee Extension StretchQuad Sets

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Sports Medicine North Orthopaedic Surgery Inc
Sports Medicine North Orthopaedic Surgery Inc

If you are having any problems with the exercises please call Sports Medicine North at 9788186350 Recovering from a partial or total knee replacement and returning to a more active lifestyle will take time It is important to be patient to be an active participant in your exercise program and to

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Total Knee Replacement Rehabilitation Exercises
Total Knee Replacement Rehabilitation Exercises

knee as straight as possible Hold for 30 seconds Perform 3 repetitions Repeat 13 times per day Bridge Exercise Starting Position Lie on your back with your knees bent to prepare for the bridge exercise Bridge Exercise Keep your pelvis level as you lift your hipspelvis and buttocks into the air Pause and then return back down to the ground

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Dr Asp Total Knee Replacement Exercise handout
Dr Asp Total Knee Replacement Exercise handout

INSTRUCTIONS Assume a sitting position in a chair with involved knee bent as able under on uninvolved foot in front and push back on involved leg to increase the bend Hold for 10 seconds or as tolerated and gently release

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Total Knee Replacement Patient Information Handout
Total Knee Replacement Patient Information Handout

Typically a total knee replacement can be expected to last 20 years minimum In lower demand patients they may last 25 years or longer Some patients will require xray followup every few years especially if they are under 60 when they have their surgery Total Knee Replacement Patient Information Handout

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Home exercise program Knee exercises after knee
Home exercise program Knee exercises after knee

Your leg muscles may feel weak after knee replacement surgery because you did not use them much with your knee problems Surgery corrected the knee problem Your home exercise program will include activities to help reduce swelling and increase your knee motion and strength This will help you move easier and get back to doing the activities you enjoy

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A Patient’s Guide to Total Joint Replacement and
A Patient’s Guide to Total Joint Replacement and

A Patient’s Guide to Total Joint Replacement and Complete Care Table of Contents Introduction 2 PreOperative Total Joint Education Class Overview of Total Knee Replacement 4 Overview of Total Hip Replacement 5 Preparing For Surgery 6 Exercise Diet and Nutrition Smoking and Alcohol Use • Strengthening exercises for the hip or knee

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Total Knee Replacement Patient Information Handout
Total Knee Replacement Patient Information Handout

Typically a total knee replacement can be expected to last 20 years minimum In lower demand patients they may last 25 years or longer Some patients will require xray followup every few years especially if they are under 60 when they have their surgery Total Knee Replacement Patient Information Handout

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Total Knee Replacement Rehabilitation Exercises
Total Knee Replacement Rehabilitation Exercises

knee as straight as possible Hold for 30 seconds Perform 3 repetitions Repeat 13 times per day Bridge Exercise Starting Position Lie on your back with your knees bent to prepare for the bridge exercise Bridge Exercise Keep your pelvis level as you lift your hipspelvis and buttocks into the air Pause and then return back down to the ground

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Physiotherapy Exercises Following Total Knee
Physiotherapy Exercises Following Total Knee

EXERCISES FOLLOWING TOTAL KNEE REPLACEMENT 1 ANKLE EXERCISES Point your feet up and down in a pumping motion Repeat 10 times every hour to help prevent blood clot formation and pump swelling away from the leg 2 STATIC QUADS Tighten the muscles on the front of your thigh and push the back of your knee down into the bed

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Exercise Guide for Knee Replacement Surgery
Exercise Guide for Knee Replacement Surgery

Exercise Guide for Knee Replacement Surgery Please bring this guide to the hospital and to all physiotherapy appointments Acknowledgments If you have too much pain in your knee to exercise or if any of the exercises cause more pain or swelling in your knee stop

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Total Hip Exercises  Intermountain Healthcare
Total Hip Exercises Intermountain Healthcare

Knee raises • Hold onto a table and stand with your feet shoulderwidth apart • Raise your operated knee as high as you can then lower it • Repeat with the same knee Standing hip flex • Stand holding onto a table or chair for support • Lift your operated leg up

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Guidelines for Knee Rehabilitation
Guidelines for Knee Rehabilitation

Guidelines for Knee Rehabilitation Full recovery from your total knee replacement surgery is going to take months The information in this section will help you understand your recovery and care at home Exercises are included to help you be an active partner in your care and recovery Guidelines to protect your new knee joint

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Activities After Knee Replacement  OrthoInfo  AAOS
Activities After Knee Replacement OrthoInfo AAOS

Walk as much as you would like but remember that walking is no substitute for the exercises prescribed by your doctor and physical therapist Swimming is an excellent lowimpact activity after a total knee replacement you can begin swimming as soon as the wound is sufficiently healed Your doctor will let you know when you can begin

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Total Knee Replacement A guide for patients
Total Knee Replacement A guide for patients

3Thisbookletisdesignedtoprovideyouwithinformationabouthavingatotalkneejointreplacement Itwillexplainhowyoucanpreparefor youroperation

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Total Knee Replacement Home Exercise Program Phase I
Total Knee Replacement Home Exercise Program Phase I

2 Hanging knee extension Lie on back Place towel roll under heel Let knee straighten Begin 1 to 2minute holds Progress to 15 minutes Do repetitions times per day 3 Gluteal sets Exercise can be done while lying down or standing Action Squeeze buttocks together and hold for 5 seconds Relax and repeat Do repetitions times per day 4

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Knee Rehabilitation Exercises  OrthoInfo  AAOS
Knee Rehabilitation Exercises OrthoInfo AAOS

Knee Rehabilitation Exercises To ensure that this program is safe and effective for you it should be performed under your doctors supervision Talk to your doctor or physical therapist about which exercises will best help you meet your rehabilitation goals

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Total Hip Replacement Exercise Guide  OrthoInfo  AAOS
Total Hip Replacement Exercise Guide OrthoInfo AAOS

Regular exercise to restore strength and mobility to your hip and a gradual return to everyday activities are important for your full recovery after hip replacement Your orthopaedic surgeon and physical therapist may recommend that you exercise for 20 to 30 minutes 2

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Physical Therapy Exercises to Do After Total Knee Replacement
Physical Therapy Exercises to Do After Total Knee Replacement

Physical Therapy After Total Knee Replacement If you’ve had knee replacement surgery chances are very high that you’ll feel far less pain and can move around much better than before

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Total Knee Replacement Rehabilitation
Total Knee Replacement Rehabilitation

Continue isometric exercises throughout Total Knee Replacement Rehabilitation Perform vastus medialis oblique VMO strengthening by terminal knee extensionLie on your back with a blanket roll under your involved knee so that the knee bends about 3040 degrees Tighten your quadriceps and straighten your knee by lifting your heel off the bed

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Rehabilitation Protocol Total Knee Arthroplasty TKA
Rehabilitation Protocol Total Knee Arthroplasty TKA

Total knee arthroplasty TKA is an elective operative procedure to treat an arthritic knee This procedure replaces your damaged knee joint with an artificial knee implant Knee implants consist of 1 a metal piece attached to the end of your thigh bone 2 a metal and plastic or

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