rheumatology
Osteoarthritis

Exercise doesn’t shape up after knee replacements

The value of post-acute exercise programs following total knee replacement surgery has been called into doubt with Australian research showing they offered no additional benefit for osteoarthritis patients. The multicentre study of 422 patients found no significant differences between those randomised to an eight-week group exercise program about six-weeks after hospital discharge versus usual care. ...

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