Luke Gordon, DPT
If you’ve reached the point where you’re considering having TKR surgery, chances are you’ve absolutely “had it” with your knee.
Simple activities like walking, going up and down stairs, squatting down, exercising with friends or even playing with your kids or grandkids have now become excruciating at times. In short, you’ve reached your last option: a major knee surgery.
And while the surgery is no walk in the park, the majority of people who have TKR surgery (about 90%) experience dramatic pain relief and are able to return to the activities they enjoy.
As for the other 10%…they tend to struggle with the post-surgery rehab process and may develop what’s referred to as “Tight Knee Syndrome”. Their recovery takes longer, is more painful, and they’re more likely to need a second surgery to get the knee to move (this surgery is called a “manipulation under anesthesia”).
After working with 100’s of patients following TKR surgery, I’ve come to a major realization: the work you put in before surgery can dramatically affect the success of your rehab following surgery.
This realization led me to create this special report, which is completely free if you click on the link.
Inside the report, I’ll tell you exactly what you can do in the month’s leading up to your surgery to improve your chances of a successful recovery as much as possible.
And while you can’t control every factor that affects the outcome of your surgery, if you focus on the 8 tips I mention in the report, you can take control of as many factors as possible to ensure a speedy recovery.
If you’re considering having TKR surgery, and you’re ready to do everything in your power to improve your chances of a successful recovery, either click on the link and enter your basic information to receive instant access to the report, or call the clinic at 509.892.5442 and we’ll mail you a copy.
As you read through the report, keep in mind that you can contact me directly at any point by calling the clinic, or sending me an email to Luke@GordonPhysicalTherapy.com
SPECIAL NOTE: This report is also an excellent resource for you if you’re on the fence about having knee replacement surgery…
Even if you’ve been told that you have “bone-on-bone” arthritis and that surgery is your only option, following the advice inside the report might just allow you to avoid surgery, or at least delay it.
So whether you’ve ready to have total knee replacement surgery, or you’re looking to do everything you can to avoid it, you’ll find valuable tips and information inside this free report.
Luke Gordon, DPT
Doctor of Physical Therapy