A member asked:

After knee replacement is it possible to walk or be active in the same way?

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Dr. Roger Palutsis answered

Specializes in Sports Medicine

Usually: The reason to have a tka is due to pain and loss of normal activities. Most pts are able to walk without any limitations. The amount of flexion postop is usually less than a non-arthritic knee, most activities (except for actually jogging) such as golf and tennis are allowed.

Answered 5/31/2013



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