FAQ

Question:

How long does the recovery for a knee replacement last?

Answer:

After undergoing knee replacement surgery, patients can expect to stay in a hospital for three to five days. A medical professional will determine when assisted movement can begin. During assisted movement, those who have had their knees replaced will walk with aids, including crutches or a cane. Most patients are expected to fully recover from a knee replacement in about six weeks.

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