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Alternatives to knee replacement surgery include weight loss, exercise, physical therapy, acupuncture, arthroscopic surgery, knee injections and medications, reports Healthline. All of these options are less aggressive t... More »

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The benefits of knee cartilage replacement nclude reduced pain, renewed function and possible elimination of the need for a total arthroplasty, according to Advanced Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Institute. Replacement... More »

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A partial knee replacement is a surgical procedure that is used to replace only part of a damaged knee. Contrary to a total knee replacement, which replaces the entire knee joint, a partial replacement only replaces the ... More »

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Alternative methods for repairing knees without knee replacement surgery include physical therapy and knee injections, according to Healthline. Other methods are stem cell injections or weight loss and exercise. More »

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Handling a knee replacement involves pushing through a great deal of initial incapacitation, pain and following a protracted schedule of recovery through physical therapy, according to MedicineNet.com. Having emotional a... More »

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The first and most critical part of typical knee rehabilitation lasts for 12 weeks and begins within 24 hours of the knee replacement, according to Healthline. Successful knee rehabilitation relies on the patient complet... More »

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The time it takes to fully recover from a knee replacement is typically 12 weeks, according to Healthline. However, it's extremely important that a patient should adhere to the daily goals of recovery after surgery in or... More »

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