Weight Gain Common after Knee Replacement

The majority of patients who have knee replacement surgery gain weight after the procedure, averaging 14 pounds over two years, according to a University of Delaware study. Gaining weight after one knee replacement is a concern, especially because 35 to 50 percent of patients go on to have knee replacement surgery on their other knee within ten years, which can jeopardize the success of the procedure.  Read More

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