Knee replacement: Fast-track rehabilitation applying wearable technology and biofeedback
Knee replacement is one of the most common orthopaedic operations for the last stage of osteoarthritis. Quality of life after knee replacement gets dramatically better but biomechanical aspects and kinesiophobia can remain. Analysing gait parameters and static balance can individualize and make faster the rehabilitation process. Through IMU sensors and biofeedback, patients can change their gait habits through the effects of neuroplasticity. Fast-track rehabilitation starts always from a well-planned pre-rehabilitation.
- How to evaluate and plan pre/post rehabilitation of knee replacement.