I have post-rehab exercises for knee replacements but they are not Pilates. Be happy to share what I have.
We have provided a few guidelines for you to follow with your Pilates workout and suggest you consider including walking and other forms of fitness as part your routine.
Ôùù correct biomechanics of hip, knee, ankle, foot
Ôùù low load, use props that give proprioceptive feedback- standing on a mat vs foam cushion
Ôùù avoid exercise in kneeling position
Ôùù restore 90° flexion before adding resistance
Ôùù work in sagittal plane first
Ôùù focus on hamstrings and quadriceps
Ôùù exercises in standing to focus on absorbing load from the ground up and to work on connection of quadriceps (front of thighs), hamstrings (back of thighs), glute max (bum muscles) and torso alignment
Ôùù Footwork on the Rehab Reformer with Extension Straps- working toward 90 degrees of flexion, can extend the stopper position by placing two platforms next to each other over the springs between the carriage and the wooden platform
Ôùù Single Leg Extension on the Mat
Ôùù Leg Slides & Hip Release with Mini Ball under the foot