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The KinexConnect Telerehabilitation System (KCTRS)

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Study of the KinexConnect Telerehabilitation System (KCTRS)

A randomized, single-blind study comparing telerehabilitation at home with continuous passive motion (CPM) and a tablet-based patient engagement application (KinexConnect) versus traditional outpatient physical therapy (PT) following total knee arthroplasty (TKA).

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Behavioral - Telerehabilitation using the KinexConnect system for rehabilitation after TKA.

KinexConnect subjects are asked to Perform CPM therapy for 4 weeks. Perform a KCK home exercise program (HEP) for 6 weeks.

Behavioral - Traditional outpatient PT for rehabilitation after TKA.

Control subjects are asked to undergo standard outpatient physical therapy (PT) with a licensed physical therapist plus supplemental home exercises as directed. Nominally patients are expected to have 3 PT sessions per week for 4 weeks.

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Randomized Study of the KinexConnect Telerehabilitation System Versus Outpatient Physical Therapy After Total Knee Arthroplasty

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NCT04191798

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