- About Clunking Noises in my new hip
- About Squeaking Noises in my new hip by Dr. De Smet
- Asprin and Xarelto Provide Similar Protection Against Venous Thromboembolism
- Birmingham Hip Resurfacing vs Total Hip Replacement
- Can Both Hips Be Resurfaced at the Same Time?
- Can Computer Assisted Surgery by used for Hip Resurfacing?
- Can I have a MIS hip resurfacing?
- Can I Have an MRI after Hip Resurfacing?
- Could a Dislocation happen after hip resurfacing?
Aspirin, Xarelto show no difference in preventing venous thromboembolism after TJA.
Among patients who received 5 days of rivaroxaban prophylaxis after total hip or total knee arthroplasty, extended prophylaxis with aspirin was not significantly different from rivaroxaban in the prevention of symptomatic venous thromboembolism.
After patients received once-daily oral Xarelto (rivaroxaban, Bayer Pharma) until postoperative day 5, Michael Dunbar, MD, FRCSC, PhD, and colleagues then randomly assigned 3,424 patients … Read the rest
Published on Dec 15, 2017
Do I need any rehabilitation or physiotherapy after the surgery? Can I return to sports? Patients who received BHR surgery will share the post-operation rehabilitation process and how they benefit from the surgery.
…a new study to be presented Thursday, March 16, at the 2017 Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS), found that even patients who live alone can recover effectively and safely at home…
…(The Study) involved 769 patients undergoing primary THR or TKR. Of these, 138 patients lived alone and 631 lived with other people. In both groups, patients age 75 and older were well represented. … Read the rest
Clamshell Exercise at 1 Month Post Op Surgery
Figure 4 stretch Exercise at 1 Month Post Op Surgery
Dangle stretch Exercise at 1 Month Post Op Surgery
Child’s pose stretch Exercise at 1 Month Post Op Surgery
Jackknife stretch Exercise at 1 Month Post Op Surgery
Video demonstration of 1 month exercises (thanks to Dynamic Sports Physical Therapy in NYC!)
Video demonstration of 1 month exercises (thanks to Dynamic Sports Physical … Read the rest
Birmingham Hip Resurfacing vs Total Hip Replacement by Smith & Nephew 2016… Read the rest
September 15, 2016 – First, I want to correct that I had my last ceramic and titanium bilateral hip revisions (to a failed bilateral Birmingham Hip Resurfacing) completed in November 2014 – not Nov 2105.
Secondly, after an almost 2 year recovery, I can most happily report that both hips AND knees do not hurt!! At most, my hips get stiff after prolonged use and I can’t squat as easily. … Read the rest
Patients often rely on information from other patients that have already had surgery. Of course, you should always ask you own surgeon what pre op and post op information they can supply.
Dr. Gross patients have posted suggestions for others after their surgery:
and some generic suggestions for post op exercises, of course you should follow your own surgeons suggestions first.
I also included water … Read the rest
Dr. De Smet
The clunking noises and clicking feeling in the first 6 months after surgery is a temporary decoaptation of both components. This means that the two big metal parts of the prosthesis come apart and come together again. Having a large diameter this gives no wear of the prosthesis and will not destroy anything. Because of the release of the capsule around the hip to be able to do a resurfacing procedure without … Read the rest
There are of course many views and opinions amongst surgeons regarding the best approach and what to preserve during the surgical approach. Failures in resurfacing which occurs due to faulty approaches and vascularity issue, do so at the 3-6 yrs mark ( slow varus collapse with loosening of femoral component ie AVN of the entire head). Hence, it is difficult to prove or disprove any concept regarding this issue with statistical proof. One … Read the rest
Dr. De Smet
Normally staples are closing the wound. In young patients (ladies!) and on request the wound is getting closed
When do the stitches or staples have to be removed?
Half of the stitches or staples are normally removed after 14 days. The remaining half is removed after 16 days. Depending on the individual patient, one can decide to remove the staples later on. Staples are removed with a
In case … Read the rest