Knee replacements are successful for 80 percent of recipients, yet many assume the success rate should be higher. Those who are not successful often are bitterly disappointed. However, patients and physicians can take steps to avoid a bad result. New techniques also offer much faster recovery. Experts discuss.
- Dr. Dan Riddle, Professor of Physical Therapy, Orthopedic Surgery and Rheumatology, Virginia Commonwealth University
- Dr. James Rickert, President, Society for Patient Centered Orthopedics
- Dr. Richard Berger, Assistant Professor of Orthopedics, Rush University
Links for more information:
- Daniel Riddle, PT, Ph.D., FAPTA – Virginia Commonwealth University
- James Rickert, MD – The Society for Patient Centered Orthopedics
- Dr. Richard A. Berger – Outpatient Hip and Knee Surgery