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Most people who have total knee replacement surgery are walking comfortably at six weeks, but they may still require minimal assistance, notes WebMD. ACL surgery recovery is much faster, as most people feel comfortable e... More »

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Recovery after knee surgery typically takes about 12 weeks, according to Healthline. This recovery time estimation is dependent on adherence to crucial post-surgery rehabilitation steps along with a high degree of commit... More »

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After partial knee replacement surgery, most patients remain in the hospital for one to two days and resume walking without an assistive device, such as a walker or cane, within three to four weeks, states MedlinePlus. P... More »

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