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What is the common response to rehabilitation after partial knee replacement?

What is the common response to rehabilitation after partial knee replacement?

Motion: The common response is to improve range motion, decrease swelling, and decrease incidence of scar tissue while training as an athlete to become fitter and stronger. We believe that rehabilitation begins before surgery to have the highest tissue quality possible and to be as fit and strong as possible before surgery to have better outcomes after surgery. ...Read more

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Dr. Frederick Buechel
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Knee Replacement (Definition)

It is when a surgeon removes and exchanges some are all of the componets of your knee. The bottom end of the thigh bone(femur), the upper end of the shin bone(tibia) and the undersurface ...Read more


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Is it common after a partial knee replacement to experienc a clicking sound when you bend your leg?

Is it common after a partial knee replacement to experienc a clicking  sound when you bend your leg?

No but its okay: Painless clicks in the knee are not a concern. Painful clicks are investigated. Clicking early after partial knee replacement can occur in some patients but usually goes away over a few weeks or months. It is usually occurring from the metal femoral component tapping against the polyethylene plastic bearing when you go from the swing phase of gait to heel strike. Heard mostly by the patient. ...Read more

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How long after a partial knee replacement will the swelling resolve?

How long after a partial knee replacement will the swelling resolve?

Weeks: Swelling of the knee can take a few weeks to resolve. It should be iced aggressively. If it is not improving or if it is red, warm, draining or you have a fever, it needs to be seen by your doctor immediately. Swelling of the leg also needs to be checked to rule out for blood clots. ...Read more

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Is a patellofemoral replacement the same as a partial knee replacement?

Is a patellofemoral replacement the same as a partial knee replacement?

Hopefully good: Out come, 8-12 weeks after the surgery if every thing went fine you will up about with pain . Good luck. ...Read more

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When do doctors decide to do a partial knee replacement over a total replacement?

When do doctors decide to do a partial knee replacement over a total replacement?

If all parts are aff: A total knee is done when you have involvement of all 3 componenets of the knee and especially when the patelllofemoral jt is involved with either the medial or lateral side. ...Read more

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How do you know if you have infected knee after having a partial knee replacement?

How do you know if you have infected knee after having a partial knee replacement?

Get to your surgeon: The clinical findings that are concerning for an infected knee are: 1. Redness/pinkness around the incision or knee. 2. Increased swelling around knee 3. Increased pain with bending or weight bearing 4. Fever, chills, lethargy, loss of appetite 5. A knee draining fluid from the incision or a new hole 6. Blood tests with elevated wbc, crp, esr. See your surgeon with any concern asap, don't wait! ...Read more

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I had partial knee replacement surgery on friday, could this cause me to not be interested in sex?

I had partial knee replacement surgery on friday, could this cause me to not be interested in sex?

Yes: If you just had surgery a few days ago, i would not be surprised if you were not feeling interested in sex. It should get better as you heal. If it doesn't talk to your doctor. ...Read more

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What are the chances of the surgery changing from a partial knee replacement to a full knee replacement?

What are the chances of  the surgery changing from a partial knee replacement to a full knee replacement?

Uncommon, age: If the partial knee replacement is performed correctly, one should expect it to last for many years. At the age of 38, you still need to avoid running for excercise, just as for a full knee replacement. If indicated, much better option for you at your very young age. ...Read more

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How do you know if you have an infection in your knee after a partial knee replacement?

How do you know if you have an infection in your knee after a partial knee replacement?

Red swollen hot pain: The clinical findings that are concerning for an infected knee are: 1. Redness/pinkness around the incision or knee. 2. Increased swelling around knee 3. Increased pain with bending or weight bearing 4. Fever, chills, lethargy, loss of appetite 5. A knee draining fluid from the incision or a new hole 6. Blood tests with elevated wbc, crp, esr. See your surgeon with any concern asap, don't wait! ...Read more

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Dr. Jay Rosenfeld
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Rehab (Definition)

Rehab is an abbreviation for rehabilitation. Rehabilitation is the process of restoring one back to good physical or mental health ...Read more


Dr. Frederick Buechel
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Partial Knee Replacement (Definition)

Replacing one of the 3 compartments in the ...Read more