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... Has anyone tried the cortisone shots to prolong hip replacement surgery? ... (4 replies)
... in, DON'T PUT IT OFF! Find great surgeons in your area and meet with several if you can, then make your decision ASAP and set a date for your THR. If your left hip is fine right now, you may be able to get away with just doing your right one first. ... (607 replies)
... When I had my left hip osteotomy done to prolong my inevitable total hip replacement I was 30 years old. ... (21 replies)

... Total Hip Replacement. After questioning him on recovery and how long it would take to be up and walking, working etc. ... (2 replies)
... rays taken of both legs, and wonder of wonders. the result was that Jimmy's bones are very strong and he does not need hip replacement! ... (0 replies)
... Total Hip Replacement. After questioning him on recovery and how long it would take to be up and walking, working etc. the best option to me would be Total hip replacement. Is this what I should do? ... (2 replies)
... im 25 and i got a hip replacement in march. ... (4 replies)
... tely would not wait if you're in that much pain. Greg and Karen said, find a "temporary" solution to the pain until you can make arrangements for that hip replacement. I'm 55 and walked around for years with pain in the thigh and groin. I thought I pulled a muscle! It was the hip. ... (607 replies)
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... I understand cortisone injections have some success and sometimes surgery is indicated.have you had any successful treatment? ... (5 replies)
... ft before the knee became bone on bone like the right had. So he downgraded his optimism to 2 to 3 years or less for needing the left knee replaced. He gave me a cortisone shot back in Dec but it only lasted six WEEKS instead of the normal six MONTHS! ... (56 replies)
Hip Bursitis
Oct 13, 2008
... About 9 months after TKA I started having hip pain. Everyone thought it was an adjustment to my gait. I went through every treatment for the hip over the next year. I started with anti inflammatory and glucosamine. My OS said the glucosamine worked for some and to try it for 6 weeks. ... (6 replies)
... In the future, medical research may indeed bring us workable and effective alternatives to the surgical solution for hip arthritis. However, the reality is that the best and most effective, tried and tested treatment readily available today is the total hip arthroplasty. ... (6 replies)
Hip Pain
Nov 19, 2005
... I sure am glad I found someone to talk with. I'm writing about my mom. She is 70 years old, not in great health, and is need of a hip replacement according to the doc. The problem? ... (20 replies)
Hip mua?
Oct 29, 2010
... Has anyone ever experienced a hip manipulation under anesthetic? ... (1 replies)
... ray can show if the bone is eroding or if arthritis is present in the knee or hip. He said I might just need a cortisone shot in the hip. I hope I don't need surgery. Messing with the bone is painful! I might go see an ortho if it's needed. ... (2 replies)
... with this new procedure. Greg you mentioned Cortisone shot for relief of pain. ... (607 replies)
... em if you need to buy time finding the right surgeon and doing research. Also, there is a lubricating gel that some doctors can inject into bad knees along with cortisone which prolongs the positive effects by months. ... (4 replies)
... apparently it was that big muscle over the hip readjusting or pulling or something, but now I am pain free in the new hip. ... (22 replies)
Hip pain
Jul 8, 2012
... I'm not sure exactly where mid hip might be. Folks describe things so differently, it's hard to tell. ... (1 replies)

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