Mobility after knee replacement not improved by inpatient rehab


People with osteoarthritis who undergo knee replacement and participate in an inpatient rehabilitation program are no better off that people who undergo a similar program at home, Australian research shows. The study led by Justine Naylor from the University of New South Wales, Liverpool, Australia and colleagues randomly assigned 165 patients with osteoarthritis undergoing total ...


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