Michael J. Sutton, DO
McLeod Orthopaedics Dillon
21 FEBRUARY 2017
How much difference does 20 years make?
In 1994, a British study determined that you should not drive for at least 8 weeks after a total joint replacement in your right knee
Twenty years later, how has the advancement in surgical technique, implant materials, pain management and physical rehabilitation, changed the guidance on when you can return to driving?