The Rehab Industry Won’t Tell You This (Part 4) | Total Knee Replacement Recovery Protocol

The Rehab Industry Won’t Tell You This (Part 4) | Total Knee Replacement Recovery Protocol


IsThe Rehab Industry Being
Honest About the Effectiveness Of Their Treatment methods? Welcome to the final video in
this series. In this video you’re going to learn the truth about the rehab industry’s
effectiveness and what that means for you. In the last 10 years, a revolution of sorts
has taken place in the knee replacement industry. Patients are younger, more active, and more
likely to be in the workforce when needing knee replacement surgery. In many cases this
means completing rehab programs using paid time off or vacation time, causing life
and financial stress. The methods of knee replacement recovery, despite the surge in younger patients, remain
tailored to retirees, and stifled by inertial forces that limit creativity and vision. pardpardeftab720ri720 You probably din’t know that
in 2010, the American Physical Therapy Association admitted that The most efficient and cost effective way to achieve the goals of excellent range
of motion and the ability to ambulate and self-progress with home exercise remains elusive.
And no available evidence dictates which stretches
are best and how often they should be performed. pardpardeftab720ri720 This shocking admission means that
you will be implementing questionable models of recovery such as the
The Spinning Wheels Model of Recovery In this scenario, you’ll take limited pain
medicine initially to avoid addiction or because you’ve gotten improper advice. Then you’ll
exercise at a frequency that is insufficient to make progress and without a good stretching
tool. The reward you get for following instructions is slow, painstaking progress similar to being
on a treadmill going nowhere. Urgency to get back to work, forces
you off the limited narcotics way before achieving significant range of motion recovery. Back at work, you must now find more time and money for additional outpatient physical therapy treatments while
dealing with stiffness, pain and the frustration of a long exhausting path to recovery. In the
Rambo Model of recovery you will be advised to take an aggressive
approach, attending outpatient physical therapy directly after the hospital. Misunderstanding
the three sequential phases of recovery, you’ll be plunged into all of them at once, resulting
in a self-defeating cycle of pain and increase swelling. Bolstered by the No pain, no gain motto, you have no choice but to soldier
on, unaware that there is an easier and better way. The bottom line is you don’t have time
to waste Healthline, a well respected website, lists 115 degrees as the average range of motion
achieved at the 12 week mark by knee replacement patients. Paid time off might last 6 weeks if you are lucky-12 weeks is too long to wait to get
115 degrees range of motion! If you are still in the workforce and even if you are not, this is an unacceptable recovery
timeline. If you have been following along with this multi-part series, you now understand how
you can use leverage, like a pump, to reduce the swelling in your knee. You also learned
the importance of a feedback loop to regain your knee range of motion swiftly, safely
and consistently. These are just two of the seven core principles from the No Days To Waste Program. Using this powerfully integrated system you’ll
be able to avoid addiction and accelerate your recovery time without risking injury
or suffering setbacks that force you to become idle and lose progress. The program is simple to use and will give
a total confidence over the entire recovery journey You’lll also be able to reduce your dependence
on experts and save time and money on prolonged outpatient services Don’t Wait. Get Started Today!

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