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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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Most patients recovering from partial knee replacement surgery must walk with a cane or a walker for three to four weeks after the surgery, according to MedlinePlus. Patients typically need another four to six months of ... More »

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To speed healing after a partial knee replacement surgery, patients should walk with an assistive device for up to four weeks, see a physical therapist for up to six months, exercise and avoid high-impact activities, rec... More »

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To speed healing after a partial knee replacement surgery, patients should walk with an assistive device for up to four weeks, see a physical therapist for up to six months, exercise and avoid high-impact activities, rec... More »

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