In 2013 the second Scientific Research for the Application of the Videoinsight® method in Medicine started at Rizzoli Orthopaedic Institute in Bologna, Italy. The name of this new Videoinsight® Research was Video-TKA. It was an experimental Research Protocol regularly approved by the Ethical Committee and followed the most rigorous scientific methods of International Research Protocols. The title was ‘The use of Videoinsight® Method to improve the physical recovery after cemented total knee prosthetic implant’. The study was performed in collaboration with the Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Department of Rizzoli Orthopaedic Institute directed by Professor M.G. Benedetti and with the Second Orhtopaedic Department of Bologna University. In this Scientific Study 100 elderly patients that underwent total knee prosthesis performed the Rehabilitation Program with the support of Videoinsight® method. Specifically medical equipe showed four art videos selected for their High Videoinsight® Impact to 100 old patients that performed Rehabilitation protocol after TKA surgery. The objective of the study was that ‘The use of Videoinsight® method positively influenced the pain level and the functional post-operative recovery of patients operated of total knee prosthesis at 3 months follow-up’.
Rebecca Russo has presented for the first time new significant Medical Results of the Videoinsight® ‘TKA’ Research in the National Sigascot Congress Complex Knee Arthroplasty from Primary to Revision in Turin, Unione Industriale, on 5th March 2015.
March 5, 2015 3pm Rebecca Russo ‘The Videoinsight® Method in Medicine. Video- TKA results.’