Fast track rehabilitation for Total Knee Replacements

Could it yield greater range of motion and decreased pain following knee replacement?

With an increase in the global aging population, total knee arthroplasty (TKA) surgeries are on the rise. In public and private sectors, the rehabilitation is often driven by the patient and their tolerance following surgery.

This article looks to examine a Fast Track protocol over the course of 3 days post-operatively, and the associated outcomes on function, range of motion and pain. 


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