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knee Replacement Coventry | Knee Pain Treatment | K-Laser Pain Clinic.

Knee Replacement, K-laser Therapy.


The benefits of Knee replacement, K-Laser, following knee replacement include reduction in inflammation and swelling, both at the back and front of the knee, and acceleration of the healing process around the knee.


The reduction in the post surgical inflammation helps to improve  flexion of the knee. Reduction in the knee pain lvles leads to unrestricted movement, much sooner than conventional physiotherapy exercises.


K-Laser has been proved to provide fast, effective, safe, non-invasive and painless solution to help alleviate pain in a variety of areas. Talk to our team today about how you could benefit from K – laser therapy.


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We have a wealth of knowledge when it comes to treating any pains and injuries you may be experiencing.


Our K- laser therapy is just one of many forms of treatment we are able to offer you.


Knee Replacement, K- Laser Therapy.


Knee replacement,aftercare.


Usually, patient will stay in hospital for a week, but your consultant surgeon will decide when you are ready to be discharged.


Before discharge, your practitioner or physio will give you some knee pain treatment, exercises to help get your new knee moving. These are important to help you make a good recovery.


The practitioner will also show you how to walk up and down stairs and make sure you are confident at doing this before you go home.


You may also need to have stitches removed. You’ll be given information about these appointments before you go home. We’ll also give you some pain relief medication to take with you.


Knee replacement, K-laser Therapy.


A knee replacement is normally performed under general anaesthetic.  The operation usually takes between an hour and an hour and a half.


Your surgeon will make a cut on the front of your knee and remove the damaged joint. They will replace it with an artificial knee joint made of metal, plastic, ceramic, or a combination of these materials.


An acrylic cement or special coatings on the knee replacement bond it directly to the bone.


Knee replacement, K-laser Therapy.


Getting back to normal


When you retun home, you may need some help with shopping and household chores. However, it’s also important to gradually increase your physical activity each day, and continue with the exercises the physiotherapist showed you. These will help to reduce stiffness and strengthen your legs. You will need to keep using crutches or a walking stick for a while.


Everyone heals differently.

You will continue to improve in a few months.