Total Knee Replacement Patient Outcomes


For those needing surgery, we are your joint replacement experts, performing over 2,000 knee replacement surgeries each year. We are the only surgery center in Minnesota awarded The Joint Commission’s Advanced Certification for Total Hip and Total Knee Replacement.

PERCENT OF PATIENTS WITH MODERATE TO SEVERE PAIN84%27%14%15%14%
TIME PERIODBefore Surgery3 Months After Surgery6 Months After Surgery1 Year After Surgery2 Years After Surgery

 

Knee Replacement Surgery: Effects on Lifestyle


 ShoppingBathingWork
BEFORE SURGERY50% could shop independently58% reported some trouble bathing4 of 5 said symptoms moderately, greatly, or totally interfered with work
6 MONTHS AFTER SURGERY90% could shop easily or with little difficulty72% had no trouble bathing4 of 5 had little to no interference with work

*All total knee replacement patient outcome data collected: 2015-Q1 2018

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