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Hip Replacement

Can I Do Situps After a Total Hip Replacement?

Over 193,000 hip replacements are performed each year in the United States, according to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surge...

Most Common Side Effects After Hip Replacement Surgery

Hip replacement surgery is most frequently used to alleviate painful symptoms experienced by patients with osteoarthritis, a condi...

Types of Hip Replacement Prosthetics

Hip fractures can result in life-threatening complications, such as blood clots that originate in the deep veins of the legs. Thes...

Types of Hip Replacement Surgery

People who suffer from injuries and degenerative diseases of the hip joint such as osteoporosis may eventually require surgery to ...

Stretching & Contraindications for Hip Replacement

Total hip replacement is one of the most common surgical procedures performed. According to the American Association of Orthopedi...

Cycling After a Hip Replacement

Rehabilitation after hip replacement surgery is a gradual process. You’ll begin some strengthening exercises as soon as the ...

About the Use of a Cane With a Hip Replacement

After your hip replacement, you may be anxious to return to your normal daily activities. Using a cane will allow you to walk more...

Hip Replacements & Golf Swings

About 350,000 people in America will receive artificial hips in 2011, according to Dr. Edward Jones, an orthopaedic surgeon writin...

How to Run After a Hip Replacement

Hip replacement surgery is one of the most effective means of restoring mobility and reducing the pain caused by osteoarthritis. A...

Problems With a Numb Foot After Hip Replacement

Total hip replacement is major surgery, and as such runs the risk of post-operative complications. Neuropathy, or nerve damage, re...
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