13
November
2019
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11:36 PM
America/New_York

HSS 'prehabilitation' study shows promise in driving improved knee replacement outcomes

Becker’s Spine Review reports on the findings of an HSS study conducted by Iris Navarro-Millan, MD, rheumatologist at HSS, evaluating whether “pre-habilitation” programs could empower patients undergoing knee replacements and lead to improved outcomes. These programs would implement trained peer coaches who previously underwent a knee replacement, to provide counsel to patients prior to the procedure. Study results demonstrated by optimizing muscle strength, physical condition and mental preparation before surgery can lead to improved outcomes.

Read the full article at Beckersspine.com.