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After you get home

Get Well Soon

Helping you to make a speedy recovery after a total knee replacement

Day Got up at... am Activities (eg walked for ... minutes) How much rest I needed after each What times I needed to rest Went to bed at ... pm How’s your knee feeling? Any pain? Emotional feelings? How much were you able to move your knee today?
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Remember, take a step-by-step approach to getting better, and build up your activities in small stages. Don’t push yourself too far too fast. If you’re concerned about anything, or if you feel you’re not making progress fast enough, ask your surgeon or call your GP.

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