If you’ve had Total Knee Replacement (TKR) surgery, you might be struggling with persistent knee swelling.
And while swelling is fairly normal following TKR surgery, it certainly isn’t fun to deal with.
In fact, if you could magically get rid of your knee swelling, you might just find that you have full knee “ROM” (aka your knee would bend fully!).
So what can you do to significantly reduce your knee swelling following replacement surgery?
I’ll tell you all about this little-known secret in the video below!read more
So you had Total Knee Replacement (TKR) surgery, and your knee is still swelling, long after you thought you’d be done with knee swelling…
What’s the deal?
Is there something wrong with your knee? And is there anything you can do about it?
These are excellent questions!
And in this video, I’ll explain a few things that can impact the swelling in your knee following knee replacement surgery.read more
Did you just have Total Knee Replacement surgery, or are you about to?
If so, you might be wondering how long you can expect your knee to swell…
And if you’ve already asked around a bit, you’ve probably heard all sorts of answers, ranging from a few months, to a year or maybe even several years.
So what can you really expect in regards to knee swelling following TKR surgery?
Watch the video to find out!read more
Are you new to yoga and looking for some “beginner’s advice” about the basic breathing techniques and movement patterns?
If so, then the 6 yoga videos on this page are just for you!
Check them out below, and let our yoga guru, Sandy Nolting, show you the basics!
And for more info on our yoga classes at Gordon Physical Therapy, visit this page: https://www.gordonphysicaltherapy.com/yoga-spokane-valley/read more
Do you suffer from aches and pains in your knees? Or have you been told you have “Patello-femoral” joint pain (or “anterior knee pain”)?
If so, strengthening the muscles surrounding your knees and hips is often a vital component to reducing your pain and making a full recovery.
For some people, you might need to start with very basic strengthening exercises, which I outline in this blog/video:
->> Top 5 Exercises for Knee Pain (introductory level exercises)
If you’re ready to advance to the next level of strengthening, this video/blog is just for you!read more
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