Knee Replacement Patients Function Well For Decades



ScienceDaily (2011-02-18) — Most patients who undergo total knee replacement are age 60 to 80, and more than 90 percent of these individuals experience a dramatic reduction in knee pain and a significant improvement in functional capacity. New research shows that while aging may cause a gradual decline in physical activity, a remarkable functional capacity and activity level continue 20 years and more after knee replacement. Read more

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