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Allowed Activities Following Hip and Knee Replacement Surgery
Steven Marcinkowski, DPT
years, conversations as to the do’s and don’ts of activity return following hip
and knee replacements have changed in one very important manner – joint replacement
patients want to resume as many activities as possible. The following is a general guideline as to
what are the possibilities. The lists
are separated into the two general categories of total hip replacement and
total knee replacement. Within the
general categories are the sub-categories of “Allowed”, “Allowed with
experience”, and “Not allowed”. These
lists are not all-inclusive for every possible activity and some have morphed
from one category to the next as downhill skiing has done following knee
replacement. Additionally, individual
surgeon preference will supplant the following suggestions.
Recommendations Following THA
Survey sent to members of the Hip Society and American Association of Hip and
Knee Surgeons (2007) 549 respondents (72%) 30 groups of activities; 37 specific
sports “Allowed” “Allowed with experience” “Not Allowed” “Undecided” * Klein
Activities Following THA
(ballroom, jazz, square)
“Allowed With Experience” Following THA
“Not Allowed” Following THA
Activities following THA
Total Knee Recommendations
Survey of the Knee Society in 1999 54 Members of the Hip Society and the Knee
Society Based on surgeon recommendations
Activities” Following TKA
With Experience” Following TKA
Allowed” Following TKA