- 20 Years of Hip Resurfacing – BHR Past, Present and Future by Dr. Edwin Su 2017
- 3 Year Update Arrojos Hip Resurfacing with Dr. Su 2012
- 53 Year Old Woman with HR from Dr. Su to Run Marathon
- 9 Year Update Steve Lee’s Hip Resurfacing 2008
- Arnie’s Hip Resurfacing with Dr. Su 2012
- Arrojos Hip Resurfacing with Dr. Su 2012
- Artur Akhmatkhuzin 2016 Olympic Champion In Fencing HR with Dr.
According to The Big Show, who opted for a hip resurfacing over a full out replacement to preserve the possibility of returning the ring, he is faster now, has better range of motion, and has more to give in the squared circle.
“Right now, [my] quality of life is really good. There’s no stiffness. My range of motion is ridiculous.” Big Show said, “I’m not … Read the rest
Published on Dec 17, 2017 – BHR The Past and the Future of Hip Resurfacing
Dr Edwin Su takes a look at the Birmingham Hip Resurfacing (BHR) System’s 20 year history and outcome data from implant survival rates to opportunities for patients. In his closing slide Dr Su states that hip resurfacing can have advantages of THR including bone preservation, greater stability and a high activity level. He also … Read the rest
My name is Zak Belkebir, and I am 54 years old. I have been very active all my life and competed in every sport I had a chance to participate in. I played competitive soccer for over 30 years, and when I couldn’t play anymore I picked up tennis and started running short and mid-distance races. I also go to the gym at least 5 … Read the rest
July 31 , 2016
Just had bilateral resurfacing with Dr. Su. I too was forced out of the butterfly after about 40 years playing, and became more of a Phil Esposito. I went in for surgery on a Thursday came out Saturday and was hobbling around my house on Sunday without my crutches. I’m 50 and the Same basic size as you. You should consider bilateral. I will post as … Read the rest
Nine year update: X-rays look great. Chromium 1.6 ng/ml; Cobalt < 1 ng/ml.
Retired May 1, 2016. Skied at least 40 visits last winter. Playing racquetball during the winter/spring.
Bagged 6 blue grouse last spring. Bagged forked horn moose 10 days ago and packed entire moose out in quarters over 1/3 mile. Used combination sled over several inches deep water and backpack. Moose backstrap ate like tenderloin as moose … Read the rest
I had my hip resurfacing surgery with Dr. Su on May 17th at HSS in New York. Its going on 10 weeks post op and everything is going great. Dr. Su is truly a great surgeon and the Hospital for Special Surgery was fantastic.
I had surgery on Friday and went to my first PT session at HSS on Monday. I really recommend the Joint Mobility center at HSS for … Read the rest
January 8, 2017 – In June, 2015, about three years after my HR, I did a tandem jump. It was my first skydiving experience ever. I didn’t even think twice about my hip for this. After running a marathon, skiing, playing ice hockey, long jumping, and sprinting it didn’t even occur to me that there’s be anything special to worry about for this.