What exercises could I do with total knee replacement?

Low impact exercises. Keep to low impact exercises like stationary bike, elliptical and swimming are good exercises. Focus on strengthening the quadriceps and avoid deep knee bends, lunges, and squatting.
Dont run jump. You can play doubles tennis golf swim ask surgeon revisions never are as good as the first one play defense take care of this one you can loosen be careful ask surgeon for limits.

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What kind of exercises can a total knee replacement patient do?

Low impact. There are really no restrictions on what one does after a replacement if one follows basic common sense and avoids any activity that produces undue stress on the knee. Read more...
Almost anything. The only thing i tell my patients to avoid is jogging and running exercise. This is due to the increased potential wear or damage to the plastic bearings or loosening of the metal implant from the cement and bone. Bicycling, golf, tennis, swimming, skiing, dancing, walking, ellipticals, treadmills, efx, low weight terminal extension weight lifting machines, palates, yoga, & tai chi are all good. Read more...

What are some exercises I can do after having total knee replacement surgery?

See below please. 1-quadriceps sets tighten your thigh muscle. Try to straighten your knee. Hold for 5 to 10 seconds. 2-straight leg raises 3-ankle pumps 4-knee straightening exercises 5-bed-supported knee bends 6-sitting supported knee bends 7-sitting unsupported knee bends 7-walking 8-stair climbing and descending 9-standing knee bends 10-sted knee bends 11-exercycling you could find detail on this web site. Read more...
Check with surgeon. The main thing is to check with the surgeon that did the operation. They are in charge and in command of your exercise progression. Too many variables to just recommend exercises -- was this a primary total knee or a revision. Did your surgeon encounter any problems during the procedure. What was your motion like before and during surgery. That is why get back with your surgeon for exercises. Read more...
Range of motion. Work on getting full extension by placing pillow under your heel and pressing down on your knee to get it flat. Also. Work on your file ion as much as you can. Getting your range of motion back is the most important thing you can do for yourself. Then, focus on strength later. Read more...