Hip pain

Hip Replacement Rehabilitation

How can rehabilitation help you? Surgery may be the most important and intense step in any treatment plan, but it is not the only one that carries particular risks. The recovery period following any joint replacement surgery usually involves many important steps and processes that will determine your long-term health and mobility. The ultimate success of the surgery, will be determined by the success of the recovery process. Your physical therapist will teach you all the precautions and the dos…

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Hip Replacement – Who Has Hip Replacement Surgery?

Generally, the older you get, the greater your chance of needing a hip replacement, regardless of gender. For example, someone over the age of 70 has a 9 times higher chance of having a hip replacement than someone aged 55. Like age, the greater your weight, the greater your chance of needing surgery. The heavier you are the more strain you place on your hip joint, contributing significantly to developing osteoarthritis, which ultimately increases your risk of needing a hip…

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Hip Replacement Fundamentals

Hip pain can be caused by a variety of factors, including: – An injury that does not heal properly – A chronic illness – Normal wear and tear from years of constant use – Severe arthritic conditions, especially osteoarthritis – Injuries as a result of trauma, such as a hip fracture or dislocation caused by a fall Do you struggle to walk far, or find that if you sit for too long, or try to squat down or bend over,…

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