Clinical Studies

The following Clinical Studies have been published in the National Institute of Health's (NIH) National Library of Medicine. The studies examine the impact of static progressive stretch for Total Knee Arthroplasty patients. Select studies also examine the impact of at home therapy, versus in-person care for TKA patients.
Static progressive stretch improves range of motion in arthrofibrosis following total knee arthroplasty
Bonutti PM, Marulanda GA, McGrath MS, Mont MA, Zywiel MG
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Static and Dynamic Bracing for Loss of Motion Following Total Knee Arthroplasty
Pierce TP, Cherian JJ, Mont MA
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A Case for the Brace: A Critical, Comprehensive, and Up-To-Date Review of Static Progressive Stretch, Dynamic, and Turnbuckle Braces for the Management of Elbow, Knee, and Shoulder Pathology
Sodhi N1, Yao B2, Khlopas A1, Davidson IU3, Sultan AA1, Samuel LT1, Lamaj S4, Newman JM5, Pivec R5, Fisher KA6, Gaal B4, Mont MA4
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One-to-one therapy is not superior to group or home-based therapy after total knee arthroplasty: a randomized, superiority trial
Ko V, Naylor J, Harris I, Crosbie J, Yeo A, Mittal R
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Patient satisfaction and outcomes of static progressive stretch bracing: a 10-year prospective analysis
Sodhi N, Yao B, Anis HK, Khlopas A, Sultan AA, Newman JM, Mont MA
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Devices for the prevention and treatment of knee stiffness after total knee arthroplasty
McElroy MJ, Johnson AJ, Zywiel MG, Mont MA
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Static progressive stretch for the treatment of knee stiffness
Bonutti PM, McGrath MS, Ulrich SD, McKenzie SA, Seyler TM, Mont MA
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