A critical appraisal of "Use of an Anti-Gravity Treadmill for Early Postoperative Rehabilitation After Total Knee Replacement: A Pilot Study to Determine Safety and Feasibility"
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The critical appraisal seeks to find clinical significance and validity of the study to determine if an anti-gravity treadmill is a beneficial treatment for gait training of patients with total knee replacements. Each section of the article was analyzed to determine strengths and weaknesses, which would suggest whether the findings of this article could be applied. Overall, this article contains many strengths that support the validity of the study. It was found that the article is valid and provides clinical implications for the use of anti-gravity treadmill in the treatment of patients.