A step-by-step guide that shows you how to prepare for surgery and everything you'll need for a speedy recovery from a total knee replacement.



Congratulations on moving forward with your Total Knee Replacement! We are sure that having surgery wasn’t an easy decision to make. You’ve probably been putting it off for as long as possible, living with some real loss of function, and possibly chronic pain.

The great news is that getting your knee resurfaced isn’t the end of your athletic and physical self. On the contrary, it is the return to yourself!

After going through this total knee replacement protocol you should be able to:

  • Develop a pre-surgery plan that will set you up for success post-surgery.
  • Understand what surgery day will look like.
  • Actively desensitize and decongest tissues and decrease symptoms during recovery.
  • Create behaviors that optimize your tissues for speedy healing.

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Recovering from a total knee replacement may feel like a long process. However, understanding what to expect and creating a plan for post-surgery can help set you up for a speedy recovery.

Here, we answer some of the most important questions about total knee replacement, at home physical therapy, pain management, and more.

What is the protocol after a knee replacement?

The rehab protocol for total knee replacement surgery is different for every patient. However, there are certain steps everyone can take to make for a smooth recovery.

While you can find exact details for recovery in our complete total knee replacement protocol, remember that preparation begins before surgery. By understanding what to expect from surgery and recovery, you can put plans in place for physical therapy and other habits that will help with pain management and healing.

What is the standard recovery time for total knee replacement?

Recovering from a total knee replacement can take upwards of a year, depending on the results you expect. Some individuals may feel completely healed by six months, though most experts agree it takes roughly 12 months to fully recover.

Following a total knee replacement rehab protocol can help you with this process and help optimize healing times.

What are the exercise guidelines for total knee replacement?

Total knee replacement exercise protocols are an important part of your full recovery. According to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, regular exercise helps restore strength and mobility to your knee and a gradual return to your everyday activities.

Total knee replacement physical therapy protocol can vary by patient, but many physical therapists may recommend daily exercises even during early recovery.

How can you manage pain after a total knee replacement?

A total knee replacement pain management protocol can help you remain comfortable after your surgery and assist in the recovery process. A combination of exercises you can do at home and with a physical therapist can help you manage pain associated with recovery.

Pain management is a crucial part of our rehab for a total knee replacement protocol, as you can learn exercises to mitigate pain and discomfort.

What are the do's and don'ts of a total knee replacement?

You can learn all about the do’s and don’ts after surgery in our total knee replacement protocol for rehab. While some may be obvious, such as gradually easing into movement and rest, others may be more surprising.

Having a total knee replacement PT protocol available before and after recovery can help you understand what you should be doing (such as seeing a physical therapist and what to expect), and what you should be avoiding.

Learn more about the do’s and don’ts in our complete guide!

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