Although joint surgeries, such as hip surgery, can significantly improve mobility and quality of life, one should not take the surgery and recovery time lightly. So, when is the right time to see a hip surgeon?
For patients with hip arthritis, here are some ways physical therapy can help manage hip pain effectively.
Doctors commonly prescribe physical therapy to restore strength and improve mobility for patients who have had orthopedic procedures like joint replacements or surgical solutions for inflammatory arthritis.
Many suffer from both knee and hip pain and need replacements for both. When in this situation, which one do you replace first? Does it matter? The answer is yes.
Joint Replacement surgery is known as Arthroplasty in medical terminology and applies to any process where the natural joint is replaced with an artificial implant. Joints require replacement when they are not functioning due to wear, disease, or injury.
Is groin or hip pain preventing you from enjoying time with your loved ones—especially during the holidays? Here are five signs that may indicate the need for hip replacement.
Hip replacement surgery requires a lengthy recovery period and medications can help with hip pain along the way.