Robotic Knee Replacement Surgery

When Can I Recover After Surgery?

The recovery process after robotic knee surgery may vary depending on many factors such as the patient's age, physical characteristics, and underlying diseases. At this point, it is important to be patient and continue the treatment as recommended by the doctor. Exact compliance with the restrictions recommended by your doctor, such as restricting weight bearing and activity, not doing sports, and not putting too much load on the joint for a certain period of time, will accelerate the healing process.

What Should I Pay Attention to in Nutrition After Robotic Knee Surgery?

A balanced and healthy diet, which is important for our general health, also supports the recovery process after robotic knee surgery. It is important not to increase body weight during this period and thus reduce the load on the knee. Therefore, a nutrition program should be implemented after the surgery as recommended by your doctor.

When Can I Exercise After Robotic Knee Surgery?

Walking is recommended after robotic knee replacement. Elevated activities such as running are not recommended. Walking outdoors begins gradually after the 4th week of surgery and is gradually increased according to the patient's muscle strength.

How Much Does Robotic Knee Surgery Cost?

The cost of robotic knee surgery may vary depending on many factors.
To get detailed information on the subject and to understand the total cost of robotic knee replacement surgery and to find out your health insurance coverage, it would be better to contact a healthcare professional or insurance company.
We would like to remind you that it is important to consider not only the cost but also the surgeon's experience when evaluating your treatment options.


09 October 2023

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