- 4 Year Update Boomer’s Bilateral Hip Resurfacing with Dr. Rector 2011
- Alan’s Hip Resurfacing with Dr. Rector 2009
- Anders Hip Resurfacing with Dr. Rector 2010
- Anna Groth’s Hip Resurfacing with Dr. Rector 2008
- Beth B’s Hip Resurfacing with Dr. Rector 2008
- Bill D’s Hip Resurfacing Dr. Rector 2011
- Bob Cranny’s Hip Resurfacing with Dr. Rector 2010
- Boomer’s 4 Year Update with Dr. Rector 2011
- Boomer’s Bilater HR with Dr. Rector
October 1, 2016 Update Last Saturday I was able to climb to the summit of Mt Elbert, the highest peak in Colorado at 14,439 feet. I have been working up to this challenge for about a year, but had failed in my two previous attempts. The ascent and descent took almost eight hours. I’m pretty slow. I still find it hard to believe that at … Read the rest
At the anniversary checkup for my BHR surgery I mentioned that I was planning on doing the Triple Bypass bike ride this year.
Throughout the many miles of training leading up to the ride, and during the ride itself, I didn’t have a single problem with my new hip. I couldn’t be more pleased with how things have turned out.
I’m feeling so well … Read the rest
Thank you for the great surgical care I received last February.
As a result, I was able to hunt up and down the mountains of New Mexico without any problems. The picture is of an elk my son killed with his bow and I helped pack out up the mountain.
A doctor hunting with us commented that I was definitely fully recovered since I was able to backpack the elk … Read the rest
At 65 years of age my arthritic hip had taken its toll on my overall health. I lived with pain and a pronounced limp. I could no longer ride a bike, play racquetball, sleep through the night, drive a car for more than 15 minutes or even put on my shoes let alone trim my toenails without severe pain. I had been a … Read the rest
After a lifetime of almost unlimited activity that included pretty much every ball sport, backpacking, skiing, long distance running and cycling, increasing pain and limited range of motion started to have a major impact on my life. I began dropping one activity after another as my aching hips deteriorated. Toward the end, I limped constantly and I was having difficulty getting on and off of my bicycle. I … Read the rest
I had a (Birmingham) hip replacement in January 2013, and now, four months later, I am playing high intensity singles tennis—without pain or physical restriction. I feel very lucky, and I give credit to Dr. Rector and his assistant Stacey for the successful surgery and professional treatment. My recovery was smooth, with little pain (thanks in part to the pain killers the first two weeks). I had two weeks of … Read the rest
On December 21, 2012 I had a Birmingham Hip Resurfacing (BHR) done on my left hip. I am 56 and have been very physically active all my life. Unfortunately, this has resulted in my eight prior shoulder surgeries and three knee arthroscopies. Needless to say, I have had extensive experiences with orthopedic surgeons, anesthesiologists, physician assistants, and hospitals. In short, my experience with Dr. Rector, Matt Schneider, PA, and Stacy … Read the rest
As a 57 year old retired CEO with over thirty years of experience in the medical device industry, I have been in hospitals and ICUs around the world. My experience with Dr. Rector, his staff, and the entire team at Boulder Community Hospital (BCH) can only be described as exemplary. After doing my research online for alternatives to a total hip replacement (whose post implant long term activity restrictions were … Read the rest
I could not be happier with the miracle of Dr. Rector and my Birmingham Hip Resurfacing! My remade hip has allowed me to get back to my passions – the activities that I love – that were becoming very difficult to nearly impossible before the surgery. I went into surgery with Dr. Rector on October 15, 2010, at 52 years old, to receive a Birmingham Hip Resurfacing on my left … Read the rest
At 45-years-old I had found that an old soccer injury and a bike crash left me with severe hip pain. I was having significant pain with running and even noticed difficulty walking longer than one mile. Running was so painful that my participation in triathlons and local running events was becoming obsolete. After a painful ironman triathlon experience I finally decided to visit … Read the rest
“From 3 Hipster Cycling Alumni” – Three of Dr. Rector’s hip resurfacing graduates — cycling enthusiasts all — got together to send him a holiday card, complete with Santa hats and surgical evidence. The happy threesome are (left to right):
Kevin McDowell, Rich Noble and Irene Takahashi