Knee Replacement

Range of Motion After Knee Replacement Surgery

August 18, 2022
After a total knee replacement (TKR), one of the most important goals is to achieve a functional range of motion at the knee joint. Functional range of motion simply means that you are able to move your knee enough to perform your day to day activities with comfort and ease. Regaining range of motion after surgery is a common struggle amongst many patients, but there are ways to set yourself up for success. In this blog post we will cover what functional ROM is, some common TKR goals and questions, and what you can do to maximize your ROM after surgery. For a more in depth look at ROM, see our post titled “The Importance of Range of Motion.”

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