I am almost exactly two years out on my right hip resurface and one year out on the left and all is beyond well!
Running regularly; I did a 6.4 mile leg of a marathon relay 2 weeks ago (somehow got all the hills, even though I was the oldest on the team … hmmm) and did that in 55 minutes with no issues except pouring rain Felt great.… Read the rest
September 24, 2015
I just wanted to check in and show my recent yoga photo. I’ve come so far in the past two years and most can’t believe I am a bilateral hip patient. I recently completed my 200 hour yoga teacher certification. My ROM and flexibility is really great and is getting better every day. I see constant improvement!! In this photo I am hopeful one day the hands … Read the rest
I’ve done triathlons for the past 20 years. I had a bicycle crash about 20 yrs ago which started my OA on my right hip. I had to stop running about 4 yrs ago and decided to get RBHR this year, 2008. I had my pedal stoke analyzed in March 08 and I was pedaling 60% with my left and 40% with my right.
I first heard about … Read the rest
I used Dr. Rector in Boulder. I feel the BHR surgery which occurred on April 22, 2010 gave me a
2nd chance at an athletic life. It used to take me 30 or more
seconds to stand up out of a chair. Since my surgery I have been
using the stationary bike for about 1/2 hour and working out on the
elliptical for about 20 mins. 2X per week and … Read the rest
My surgery date with Dr. Amstutz was 8/29/06.
I had been in considerable pain for four years
before the surgery, but thought it was do to
spinal stenosis. I saw Dr. Amstutz after Kaiser
diagnosed my right hip to be bone on bone
osteoarthritis and would need a replacement and
of course, to wait as long as possible. I met
Calvin Jung , an Amstutz bilateral through a
mutual friend … Read the rest
I am having surgery Friday Dec 2nd by Dr. Su on my right hip. I am a 45 year old male traveling from Indianapolis because I am lucky enough to be a candidate to have surgery from Dr Su. I am. 4th Dan black belt in TKD and avid Golfer (6 handicap that has been going up!).This site has been great. The stories really help to keep positive and
Bilateral Dr. Bose 2010 – 2011
|I’m 51 and have bilateral from Dr. . Bose 2010 and 2011. These are some notes that might help anyone going into the hip repair project. Story starts in 1999, after doing a gym competition, which involved spinning at 150+ RPM for about 7 minutse; to win a track suit (never collected) my hips became very stiff. Ignoring this for a year, did a|
My name is Brian Day 58, I live in Flanders, NJ. On Tuesday April 26 I had bilateral hip resurfacing at HSS by Doctor Su.
On Wed. morning they got me out of bed and I walked 2 steps forward and 2 steps back and then repeated it, that was it for the 1st pt session.
On Thursday afternoon I was on crutches and navigated a 4 step staircase, and
Gary at 7 months post op
7 month update… From: firstname.lastname@example.org December 12, 2007..on a cold and windy december morning, i was thinking the following on the way home from my first race back on the bike: 1) BHR Dr Bose: 4/12/07 2) Return home from resurfacing in india, walked 3 blocks: 5/02/07 3) First Win: western states time trial: 12/02/07: …bless you pat, the website, and all the
Scott Tinley was one of the most prolific triathletes of all time, competing in and winning hundreds of triathlons all over the globe. Scott has been suffering through hip problems for a number of years and recently decided to have his hip resurfaced on Thursday, December 13th in Wisconsin with Dr. Rogerson
I started taking karate in 1976 under George Annarino of Newark Ohio. The style I train is a mixture of Japanese and Okinawan styles. I hold a 6th degree Black Belt under the Ko-Sutemi Seiei Kan Dojo, and have won 5 NBL World Championships between 1993-1997