Dr. De Smet Begins Uncemented Hip Resurfacing
May 25, 2010
I indeed will start with the C plus uncemented.
I will cautiously start this and study this together with the University of Lille France.
Results only can be accepted if they are longer then 3-4 years. Nobody is there yet!! So again we have to be very cautious with results at this moment.
Koen De Smet
My experiences with Dr. Ure and the staff at Mercy Hospital Mt. Shasta were really wonderful considering my trip to Mt. Shasta was NOT a vacation but an adventure in major surgery. Dr. Ure is a very fine surgeon and a warm and approachable person. He’s experienced (more than 300 resurfacing procedures) and trained with Dr. Amstutz and Dr. McMinn. His
|James Training January 27, 2008|
Dear Ms. Walter,I just found your website. Great work!!I had bilateral hip resurfacing Nov 22, 2004 by Dr. Schmalzried. I would like to submit a recent picture of me doing front splits to demonstrate the possibilities.I have been training in Martial Arts for 32 years, been a long distance runner and currently race/ride in road bike competition.I am always happy to
Hip resurfacing is a novel technique with a substantial
August 10, 2006
There are two ways to look at approaches to hip resurfacing or any hip arthroplasty. One is to view it with the amount of muscle damage done. The other is to view it in respect to the blood supply or the vascularity. The post approach is traditionally known as the muscle sparing approach and the anterior and anterolateral approaches are the muscle compromising approaches. These approaches are
10/24/05 From Dr. Waldman’s Website
I’ve been working on developing an anterior approach to the hip with other hip surgeons around the country. We’ve now done a few cases with the anterior approach and it appears to be working extremely well. Out first patients have had little to no pain, and walk without a limp almost immediately. I also feel that it will be prove to be much safer than
A collection of hippy emails about recovery and emotions are posted below
How Fast Will I Recover by Patricia Walter
Everyone Recovers at a Different Rate
Surgery experiences and recovery rates will be different for
each person having a hip resurfacing. Many of us were very
fortunate to have good experiences in the hospital and have
fairly quick recoveries. I guess we are the Rabbits.
There are people that have … Read the rest
What is Phonophoresis?Phonophoresis is the use of ultrasound to enhance the delivery of topically applied drugs. Effectively, medicines contained within or under the ultrasound gel are pushed by the sound waves of the ultrasound and driven deep below the skin. Phonophoretically administered medications can penetrate the body much deeper than those massaged by hand over the surface of the skin.Some medications can be delivered phonophoretically. The process is
New Data Reinforces the Proven Safety and Effectiveness of the BIRMINGHAM HIP Resurfacing System80-percent of US surgeons choose the BHR hip as it outperforms all other metal-on-metal resurfacing devices
MEMPHIS, Tenn., May 3 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — Recent new data(1) presented at this year’s American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) annual meeting reinforces the BIRMINGHAM HIP™ Resurfacing (BHR) System as a safe and effective hip resurfacing device. The multi-site study, performed