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Can A Person Run After Knee Replacement Surgery
Variable: Every patient will recover at their own pace after a total knee replacement. Your recovery will be influenced by multiple variables, including your pre-op condition, severity of your arthritis, stiffness of your knee, the type of surgical approach used, and your motivation and active participation in your recovery process. Some "elderly" patients are still very healthy and recovery quickly.See 2 more doctor answers
Find a surgeon: You would need to see an orthopedic surgeon who would arrange this /you would need to be medically evaluated as to you general health and ability to undergo anesthesia and surgery this usually means a visit with a medical doc like an internal med doc and some lab testing maybe an ekg (usually done for those with ^ blood pressure/ then it takes a good bit of "paper work" most pts do well.
Lots of things: Ice it a lot. Get a knee sleeve ice machine and use it when ever you are sitting down or resting for the first 6-12 weeks. I can't stress how much these ice machine sleeves help. Bregg makes a great machine. I believe it is called polar tec. Do lots of isometric quadriceps contractions. Elevate it when your not walking around. Ice after any activity for 10-20 minutes. Where a compression sock.See 1 more doctor answer
Your: Your doctor has provided you with the ted hose as a means to decrease the possibility of deep venous thrombosis or to address issues you may have with swelling. If you have problems with varicose veins he may want you to wear them on a long term basis. If it is as a measure to avoid blood clots in your legs he may just want it for a couple of months. Only your doctor can give you the most definitive answer.See 2 more doctor answers
Post TKA pain: The most severe pain is in the first 48 hrs. It should gradually start lessening after that. It depends upon how much deformity is there pre-op. Also pain is a subjective measure. Usually minimal pain by a month.See 1 more doctor answer
Knee immobilizer: Depends on the surgeon. But most surgeons do not use the knee immobilizer after surgery.
Whoa...: ..Only as part of your rehabilitative physical therapy. Don't force anything. Follow your surgeon's and therapists' advice. Good luck.
When will I be able to walk after knee replacement? How soon after knee replacement surgery will I be able to walk on my own..
6 weeks: All depend of the surgeon protocol and what kind of total knee was done. In general you should be able to start walkink with a walker 2d day after surgery with partial wb. You could be walking on your own probably after 4 to 6 weeks.
No!: Knee replacement surgery can be done with various types of anesthesia: spinal, epidural, nerve blocks, and general anesthesia. Only GA involves a breathing tube which might irritate the airway. So knee replacement carries a low risk for hoarseness. However, it is rare even with GA. The breathing tube is a smooth flexible plastic. Experienced anesthesiologists use them all the time w/o problems.See 4 more doctor answers
Yes.: It is completely normal, it is because of metal and plastic moving over each other.
See below: Problems like these can only be correctly handled by your doctor in person. He/she needs to listen to you, perform an examination and possibly run labs or other tests. That's the only way he/she can find out what's going on and what to do about it.
How long after knee replacement surgery can you go back 2 playing sports. I, m fit and well most of the time though I can get pain now nd again.
Let me explain: Knee replacement in young age have it is own problems? The joint made of certain alloys, it is artificial joints, those joint follow the law of wear and tear, so I would be careful with it.
Yes but confirm: Hip replacements are put in via several different surgical approaches. Each has its position of instability of which your surgeon is aware of and tests at the end of the procedure. Avoidance of extreme positions is a good rule of thumb, and asking your surgeon what position to avoid is best.See 1 more doctor answer
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