Reccovery treatment should be guided by professional or the surgeon.Rehabilitation goal
1. Prevention of complications of long-term bed rest: deep vein thrombosis, pressure sores, lung infections, urinary tract infections, etc.
2. Improve and restore the range of knee activity and reduce knee pain.
3. Through walking training, as soon as possible to restore the patient's independent activities of daily living activities, improve the quality of life.
Postoperative rehabilitation program
1. On the day after surgery, the heel is raised, and the affected limb is raised to avoid pressure sores.
2. On the first postoperative day, the isometric contraction exercise of the quadriceps and hamstrings was performed. Raise the affected limb at rest.
3. On the 2nd to 4th day after surgery, the passive activity is continued. The initial activity range is 0°-45°, 2 times a day, 1 hour each time. And perform joint mobility exercises.
4. On the 5th to 6th day after surgery, start balancing and coordination exercises and practice standing down.
5. On the 7th day after surgery, practice cruising or walking.
6. At the second week after operation, the CPM flexion and extension gradually increased to 0°-90°, and the knee flexion range could reach 90° within 2 weeks after surgery. Perform resistance to the device to perform isotonic contraction muscle exercises of the quadriceps and hamstrings, practice bicycle exercises, and practice up and down the building as appropriate.
7. In the third week after surgery, increase the squat practice.
8. 3 to 6 weeks after surgery, to strengthen muscle strength, and continue to exercise joint activity, while continuing to improve walking ability, full weight bearing.