Using Kinematic Sensor Technology for Revision Total Knee Replacement (TKR)

In my previous blog about TKRs that look good but feel bad, I discussed how approximately 20 percent of TKR replacement surgery patients are not happy with their results. Occasionally, even when a TKR “looks good on paper,” more surgery is required to correct and improve the existing outcome. If TKR revision truly is necessary,…

The Unhappy Total Knee Replacement Patient: Figuring out What Is Wrong

Unfortunately, there are a significant number of people who have undergone total knee replacement (TKR) and are not happy with the result. Some studies estimate 20% or more fall into this category. Defining success or a “satisfactory result” can mean two very different things to an individual who had the total knee versus the surgeon…