This study attempted to systematically and comprehensively analyze individual studies in which exercise program on total knee replacement patients. The electronic database for literature search used the Korean educational Academic Information (RISS), Korean Academic Information (KISS) and Nuri Media (DBPIA). We investigated a prior study of exercise program applied to total knee replacement patients from 2015 to February 2021. For meta-analysis, effect size of each individual study was extracted using R project for Statistical computing version 4.0.3. Rob 2.0 tool, developed by the Cochrane group, was used to evaluate the quality of each individual study. The overall effect size exercise program with pain and balance was 0.99 (95% CI=0.53-1.44), which was significantly different than large effect size (p<0.05). The sub-group for pain was analyzed, for effect size of 0.62 and the effect size of balance scale(timed up and go test) was 1.00. Through these results, it was found that exercise program is an effective exercise for total knee replacement patients, and further research is needs.