Load Based Biofeedback during Walking After a Knee Replacement

Over 700,000 people undergo a knee replacement surgery each year in the United States to manage joint pain resulting from severe knee osteoarthritis. This project focuses on determining specific differences between older adults with a knee replacement and healthy older adults during walking. This information will inform a biofeedback intervention for total knee replacement patients which will aim at assisting this population to walk more similarly to their healthy peers.