10 Question Quiz on Knee Replacement Recovery

Let’s test your knowledge of knee replacements and what to do when it comes to knee replacements.

Put your answers below in the blog comment section or the Facebook comment section.

Here are the 10 questions.


#1 – When was the first knee replacement performed?

a) 1963
b) 1968
c) 1969
d) 1972

#2 – What is the most common condition that leads to a knee replacement?

a) Osteoarthritis
b) Rheumatoid arthritis
c) Psoriatic arthritis
d) Osteoporosis

#3 – What percentage of knee replacements are performed for the age group 65 to 74?

a) 30%
b) 40%
c) 50%
d) 60%

#4 – By what percentage have knee replacements risen between 1994 to 2002?

a) 40%
b) 50%
c) 60%
d) 70%

#5 – How many knee replacements are performed in the USA, a year?

a) 300,000
b) 350,000
c) 400,000
d) 450,000

#6 – When is it expected that the number of knee replacements will double compared to the number done in 2008?

a) 2015
b) 2020
c) 2025
d) 2030

#7 – What will slow down your recovery from a knee replacement?

a) Tobacco use
b) Excessive standing
c) Being overweight
d) Moving your knee too much

#8 – What is the number one thing that will increase your speed of recovery from a knee replacement?

a) Being the ideal weight
b) Excellent cardiovascular fitness
c) Full knee extension
d) Greater quadriceps strength

#9 – What needs to be worked on in an exercise program when recovering from a knee replacement?

a) Knee extension
b) Quadriceps strength
c) Balance
d) All of the above

#10 – How should someone with a knee replacement sleep?

a) On their side
b) On their side with pillows between their knees
c) On their back
d) On their stomach

Remember to put your answers below in the blog comment section or the Facebook comment section.

I will have the answers for you later this week.

Have a great day.

Rick Kaselj, MS
Kinesiologist & Personal Trainer focusing on Exercises for Injury Recovery

If you have done the quiz and you got your answers, I go through the answers in this video:

If you are looking for an exercise program to help you or your client recover from a knee replacement, check out the Knee Replacement Handbook:

Knee Replacement Handbook