Physical Activity and Weight Loss to Improve Function and Pain after Total Knee Replacement

Project: Research project

Project Details


The proposed project aims to evaluate the effectiveness of a patient-centered weight loss program in patients after total knee replacement over a one-year period of time. Specifically, the short- and long-term changes in weight, physical function, pain, and physical activity after completing the weight loss program will be examined. The Northwestern University investigative team, comprised of Dr. Lee, will oversee the data management and data analysis for the primary and secondary objectives and patient-reported outcomes.
Effective start/end date7/15/216/30/26


  • University of South Carolina (22-4568-AMD1 // 5R01AG070004-02)
  • National Institute on Aging (22-4568-AMD1 // 5R01AG070004-02)


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