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The latest trends in hip surgery by Dave W Healthy Living ProfessionalFacebook Posted Tue 06 Mar 2012 6:26am This article by a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon presents an overview of the latest advances in hip surgery and provides advice for anyone considering whether a total hip replacement, hip resurfacing of preventative hip surgery would be best for them. ... Read on »
Arthroscopic Hip Surgery Part II: The First Few Days by RunEatPlay Posted Thu 17 Jul 2014 4:12pm Good morning! Another post about my surgery! Yay! Well, my surgery has pretty much consumed my life lately, so I don’t have anything else exciting to talk about. Post Surgery The first few days post surgery were terrible. I hurt. I couldn’t do anything myself. I could barely get out of bed. I was drowsy from all the medications. ... Read on »
Arthroscopic Hip Surgery Part III: One Week Post Surgery by RunEatPlay Posted Fri 18 Jul 2014 3:36pm I AM GOING TO THE GYM TONIGHT!!!! <—- Yes, that sentence deserved to be in bold, all caps, and required multiple explamation points. Backing up a little bit first… It’s has been nine days since my surgery and I feel so much better than I did those first few days. So much better. My surgery was last Wednesday, July 9th. Danny origina ... Read on »
Hip Surgery Los Angeles, Reverse Shoulder Surgery – Restore Mobility and Alleviate Hip and Shoulder Pain by Drahluwalia Posted Sat 28 Jan 2012 10:51am Severe arthritis affects the joints of the body, especially those that are used often. Two of the most commonly affected large joints are the shoulder and the hip. Of the almost four million residents of Los Angeles, California, there are many with damaged shoulder or hip ball-and-socket joints. There are a number of excellently ... Read on »
Kaiser Permanente Registry Information Pays Off With Hip and Knee Replacements For Patient Having Double Hip Surgery (Video) by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sat 15 Jan 2011 3:46pm Here’s a story from a patient who had double hip replacement surgery at the Kaiser facility in Irvine, California.  I have mentioned before the registry of valuable information that Kaiser Permanente gathers on devices and outcomes.  The information contained also includes outcomes as gathered from using the PHR record (personal health record) ... Read on »
Advice for Caregivers After a Loved One Undergoes Hip Surgery by Bob T. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Tue 22 Oct 2013 1:32pm What follows is a guest article by Julian Hills, staff writer for "Caregivers play an important role after hip replacement surgery. They do not replace the doctor or surgeon, but in many ways they pick up where those health care professionals leave off. Caregivers become an important part of the recovery ... Read on »
Is it “Hip” to Get Surgery? by John Elder Posted Mon 25 Jun 2012 12:21pm Could it be that one day, those competing at Wimbledon will be divided into two groups, one for those who have had hip surgery, and one for those who haven’t? It’s doubtful, but the list of those going under the knife to alleviate hip pain is growing . The good news is that as technology has improved, having hip surgery no longer mean ... Read on »
La Peer Docs Comments on Seahawks Wide Receiver Needing Hip Surgery And What This Will Mean For Super Bowl by Len S. Patient Expert Posted Fri 06 Dec 2013 7:00pm Expert orthopedic surgeons at La Peer Health Systems’ Hip Surgery Center of Excellence comment on Percy Harvin’s recent hip labral tear and how the injury could affect Seattle’s chances in the 2013 Super Bowl. A recent article from outlined Seahawks’ player Percy Harvin’s potentially serious hip injury. At La Peer’s Hip ... Read on »
4 Reasons You MUST Understand Corrective Exercise and Post-Rehab Training by Eric C. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 05 Dec 2011 12:59am Over the years, I’ve probably become best-known for my writing, consulting, and presenting in the corrective exercise field.  It’s become a great niche for me; I get to help people who may be frustrated with injuries, bad posture, or movement limitations that prevent them from doing the things they enjoy.  And, I’m able to have fun in the proce ... Read on »
London’s Leading Hip Surgeon advises on Latest Hip Surgery Procedures by Dave W Healthy Living ProfessionalFacebook Posted Mon 04 Jan 2010 2:14am What’s Hip and What’s Hype? Hip Surgery is big business with over 200 manufacturers of different types of hip replacement. So what works, what doesn’t and what is the advice that any patient should have prior to considering their options? These are the questions that inCapitalHealth put to one of London’s most senior specialists, Mr Warwick ... Read on »