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Months After Rehab, Knee and Hip Patients Keep Improving


Feb. 17, 2014 Reuters

People who have had a knee or hip replacement reap the benefits of intense rehab months after they’ve returned home, according to a new analysis.

“If you can get patients to a certain threshold level, they can do the rest of the rehabilitation on their own,” coauthor Kenneth Ottenbacher told Reuters Health.

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