- Post-Op Exercises from the McMinn Center Video
- Water Therapy and Pool Exercises by Patricia Walter
- Evelyne’s Water Exercises for De Smet Patients
- Psoas Tendonitis Treatment by Peter Schultz DPT, OCS
- 90-90 Quad-Psoas Stretch
- Exercises for HR Patients Returning to Sports by Peter Schultz
- Return to Golf Following Hip Surgery by by Peter Schultz
- Pre-op Exercises by Pete Schultz @ Dynamic Sports
- Early Post-Op Exercises
Revision of metal-on-metal resurfacing arthroplasty of the hip – THE INFLUENCE OF MALPOSITIONING OF THE COMPONENTS 2008
R. De Haan, MD, Resident in Orthopaedic Surgery1; P. A. Campbell, PhD, Research Scientist2; E. P. Su, MD, Orthopaedic Surgeon3; and K. A. De Smet, MD, Orthopaedic Surgeon4 1 University Hospital Brussels, Laarbeeklaan 101, 1090 Brussels, Belgium. 2 J. Vernon Luck Snr MD, Orthopaedic Research Centre, Orthopaedic Hospital/University of California Los Angeles, 2400 … Read the rest
What is the Best Bone Fixation Type?
Dr. Thomas Gross 1/11/2011
|A Comparison of cement vs. bone ingrowth
Thomas P. Gross, M.D.
The use of primary total
resurfacing hip replacement has declined for the
fourth consecutive year. There was a 22.1%
reduction in primary total resurfacing
procedures compared to 2009. Analyses on a
variety of factors affecting outcome have been
presented. These include primary diagnosis,
gender, age, head size and type of prosthesis.
Patients having a total resurfacing for
osteoarthritis are revised less frequently than
patients with developmental dysplasia. Females
have a … Read the rest
During my several years of learning and reading about hip resurfacing, I have heard of two people having dislocations. There may be more, but I only know if people post their dislocation on the various discussion boards I belong to.
One young man was doing an exercise bringing his knee to his chest. His leg was tight and he jerk his knee toward his chest and caused a dislocation of … Read the rest
Psoas tendonitis is typically from over working or an overactive hip flexor (which the psoas muscles are part of). To avoid this, it is important to limit the amount of hip flexor strengthening early on in the rehabilitation process. I don’t do any hip flexor strengthening with my patients untill 6-8 weeks post op.
If I encounter a patient with hip flexor pain. The treatment should be rest, ice, anything … Read the rest
There have been 14,901 total resurfacing procedures reported to the Registry, an additional 603 procedures, compared to the last report.
The use of resurfacing hip replacement in Australia continues to decline. The number of procedures reported in 2011 was 39.7% less than in 2010 and 68.5% less compared to the peak in 2005.
Osteoarthritis is the principal diagnosis for total resurfacing hip replacement (95.0%), followed by … Read the rest
A picture is worth a thousand words! A sketch by Patricia Walter illustrates a hip resurfacing device on the left compared to a total hip replacement device on the right. Which bone sparing device looks more natural and bone conserving to you? According to medical studies, a hip resurfacing provides a more natural gait and loads the hip more naturally than a total hip replacement.Gait Medical Study for Hip … Read the rest
A Modified Posterior Approach Preserves Femoral Head Oxgenation During Hip Resurfacing
Steffen RT, De Smet KA, Murray DW, Gill HS 2010 Mar 22
Nuffield Department of Orthopaedics, Rheumatology and
Musculoskeletal Sciences, University of Oxford, Nuffield
Orthopaedic Centre, Oxford, UK.
In 11 patients, the oxygenation was measured in the superolateral quadrant of the femoral head during resurfacing with a modified posterior approach, designed to preserve the blood supply, … Read the rest
Surface Hippy has a very large number of pages about many aspects of hip resurfacing. The first time visitor might be a little overwhelmed and wonder where to start learning about hip resurfacing. You might want to visit the pages listed below before exploring the rest of the website.
Published Thursday, Feb. 09, 2012LONDON, February 9, 2012 -PRNewswire/ – Smith & Nephew (NYSE:SNN; LSE:SN), the global medical technology business, today announced the results of a new study for its BIRMINGHAM HIP™ Resurfacing (BHR) System. The study, carried out at the request of the FDA, followed the progress of the first 400 BHR patients in the United Kingdom and found that after 10 years, 99% were… Read the rest