The X-10: A Revolution in Knee Rehabilitation

Authors

  • David Halley, MD
  • Paul Ewing, BME, MBA

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.15438/rr.v3i1.24

Abstract

The X-10 is an innovative knee rehabilitation machine that uses Variable Pressure technique to move the knee below the patient’s pain threshold, within days rather than weeks, focusing on terminal flexion and extension. Pumping fluid away from the knee during the first two stages of fibrosis prevents the ultimate formation of scar tissue.

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2013-03-19

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Halley, MD, D., & Ewing, BME, MBA, P. (2013). The X-10: A Revolution in Knee Rehabilitation. Reconstructive Review, 3(1). https://doi.org/10.15438/rr.v3i1.24

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