Early high-intensity rehabilitation following total knee arthroplasty improves outcomes.

@article{Bade2011EarlyHR,
  title={Early high-intensity rehabilitation following total knee arthroplasty improves outcomes.},
  author={Michael Bade and Jennifer Stevens-Lapsley},
  journal={The Journal of orthopaedic and sports physical therapy},
  year={2011},
  volume={41 12},
  pages={932-41}
}
STUDY DESIGN Prospective cohort study with an age-matched and sex-matched control group. OBJECTIVES To assess the clinical outcomes of a high-intensity rehabilitation program (HI) compared to those of a group of age-matched and sex-matched controls who underwent a lower intensity rehabilitation program. BACKGROUND Total knee arthroplasty (TKA) successfully alleviates pain from knee osteoarthritis; but deficits in function can persist long term. Despite these well-known deficits, there is… CONTINUE READING
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