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... op limitations than the newer, anterior one. ... (143 replies)
... ust about anything I want to now. All my restrictions were lifted at my 1 yr checkup. I am now 55 yrs, very active, athletic and living life to the fullest! Your recovery will depend on how good a shape you are going into your surgery and how hard you work following, as well as how skilled your OS is. ... (7 replies)
... go and i want to thank everyone on this board for answering some of my questions regarding the 90 degree rule. Everything went well with my surgery and with the recovery so far, my only complaint is the type of restrictions the posterior surgery demands of you and the length of it. ... (0 replies)

... I am unable to wear pierced earrings also. When it became obvious that I would need a hip replacement, I ordered a blood test from a lab that specializes in testing for metal allergy. ... (9 replies)
... lateral approach with muscles cut. I had to follow the 90 degree restrictions for a good 3 months. I opted for an anterior approach for my second replacement, and the difference in recovery for both was like night and day. ... (9 replies)
... with the muscles separated rather than cut. Recovery was a dream..... ... (12 replies)
... I am 45 years old and had a THP almost four months ago. My stay in the hospital was only 52 hours an I slept the majority of the time due to the painkillers. ... (78 replies)
... I understand your fears, but you probably have more limitations now than you would after. Granted, there is a recovery period where you're restricted bending past 90 degrees...but that doesn't last forever. I have hippy friends who ride horses, golf, hike mountains, etc., etc. ... (13 replies)
... many many opinions later as to why my hip hurt the pain slowly went away but I was firmly told a new hip was in my future for conflciting reasons no two could agree on! I had MRIs, CT scans and more xrays than I can count... ... (9 replies)
... isn't that glorious, to be shut of the bone on bone pain! I know how you feel, I was there two years ago. You are still early days in your healing and recovery process, but by the time 10-12 months have passed, a thr usually has the same chance of dislocating as a native hip. I had anterior, and at my 12 month (and final!) followup, my only lifetime precautions are, no... (1 replies)
... I think so. Recovery is much faster and there are no restrictions. I was playing golf in 6 weeks, each time. ... (1 replies)
... that was attributed to burchitis and was then given several cortisone injections which did not relive the pain. In May of 2017 the surgeon did a revision on the hip to replace part of the metal implant with a synthetic material. ... (0 replies)
... that was attributed to burchitis and was then given several cortisone injections which did not relive the pain. In May of 2017 the surgeon did a revision on the hip to replace part of the metal implant with a synthetic material. ... (0 replies)
... A lot of your restrictions and recovery depends on the surgical approach. Do you know which one your surgeon uses? ... (15 replies)




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