Weight-training exercise given four or more years after TKA improves mobility
Does a weight-training exercise programme given to patients four or more years after total knee arthroplasty improve mobility: A randomized controlled trialArch Gerontol Geriatr. 2016 May-Jun;64:45-50.
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60 patients who underwent bilateral total knee arthroplasty who underwent the procedure at least 4 years prior to the initiation of this study were randomized to one of two exercise groups: an exercise regimen with progressive and weighted isometric/isotonic exercises or an exercise regimen without weight resistance. The purpose of this study was to determine if weighted home exercise therapy was ...
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