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... HI...I am an old hippie here..hi Balleteach and Mrs. Linda....remember when I started that first "6 months after hip replacement" thread...I was so nervous about going to Italy and Greece after 6 months..well it all worked out great. ... (78 replies)
Hip Replacement?
Jun 20, 2006
... I had my last hip replacement in 1993 when I was 27, I am now facing a revision next month because the liner is wearing out and causing a lot of pain. ... (24 replies)
... I've encountered posts from people who resume xcountry skiing after successful THR. ... (8 replies)

... Welcome to our board, omaggi. If you follow the thread with 5 stars named 6 months after hip replacement, you will discover a wealth of info on THR and recovery spanning several months. ... (16 replies)
Hip Replacement?
Jun 19, 2006
... rayed and I have fairly advanced osteoarthritis in my right hip. My doc has recommended a hip replacement and I'm exploring it, but I don't want it. ... (24 replies)
... aith that, if all goes well, you will have your life back again. I've always been very physically active and into walking and hiking. Even when I was in so much hip pain before my surgery, I tried to do as much as I could. Since THR, I have lived a normal, active life. ... (78 replies)
... I was told 5 months ago that I need a hip replacement. I am 50 years old and consider myself active. I enjoy snow skiing, hiking, biking and exercising. My dr told me I would have to give up skiing. ... (8 replies)
... time. I can't stress enough the amount of helpful info in that thread. If all goes well with your surgery, which it should, you won't have anymore of the actual hip joint pain. There is no more burning, grinding pain. ... (78 replies)
... even in the mountains. We did a lot of hiking, swimming and sightseeing. We now have many beautiful pictures and will always have great memories of our trip. My hip was fine, just a little sore after a steep hike. I'm glad to see the board so active. It's fun to come back and catch up. Welcome FadedSun, glad you found us. ... (607 replies)
... Hi, hip2it... It's good to hear from you. I'm probably the farthest out from THR and my hip will still get a bit achy if I do too much heavy lifting. Yesterday, we went hiking and I was carrying my grandaughter around while walking. ... (78 replies)
... I had a total hip replacement 7 years ago and continue to hike, bike, and ski like crazy ( I'm an extreme skier). I'm now faced with a total knee. Does anyone know are there more limitations to a total knee?? I know what the hip limitations were/are and am ok with those.. I'm 47 and obviously in pretty good shape. T (2 replies)
... strong before your surgery. Won't be long now! and don't worry, you are gonna love it. Even though we all have some worries, aches, setbacks, life is much better after you get those nice new hips!! ... (607 replies)
... c and downhill, dog shows, the most incredible to me is horseback riding after a hiatus of over 25yrs!! ... (78 replies)
... he past few days. I hope everyone still checks in, even if you don't post. It's finally starting to feel like Spring here in Northern Ca. We are all ready for it after a seemingly endless Winter. I'm looking forward to getting back to swimming...so easy on the THR. We're going on a mini vacation to Yosemite in May. ... (78 replies)
... weeks ago. He has me do some pretty funny looking stuff to get my pelvis to release, so I am really glad not to have to do it in public, but when I am outside hiking or walking if no one is around I practice. I can easily walk for up to 2 hrs at a good pace now. ... (607 replies)
... thier homes. All over Ca there are houses built on cliffs, hills, sides of mountains, etc. Mudslides are really quite common , especially if we have heavy rains after a forest fire or a very wet year as we just had. I think people think that it won't happen to them and they can't resist the views. ... (607 replies)
... thier homes. All over Ca there are houses built on cliffs, hills, sides of mountains, etc. Mudslides are really quite common , especially if we have heavy rains after a forest fire or a very wet year as we just had. I think people think that it won't happen to them and they can't resist the views. ... (607 replies)
... I'm going to be spending time with the grandgirlies and doing some hiking in the foothills. Easter is always a wonderful time with spring in the air!! ... (78 replies)
... HI everyone...wow hip2it can't believe you did a bungee jump...awesome..scary...I don't think I would have even done that before the THR. I always loved roller coasters, but guess that is out of the question now. My vacation begins July l6th, can't wait. It's funny how I just asked a little question about going on a vacation out of the country and now there are over 40... (607 replies)
... Nice to see some one else thinking about running again. I've done very little running. Trying to give the hip all the time it needs to fully integrate and the muscles to heal. But I have walked quite a bit. ... (19 replies)




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