During my several years of learning and reading about hip resurfacing, I have heard of two people having dislocations. There may be more, but I only know if people post their dislocation on the various discussion boards I belong to.
One young man was doing an exercise bringing his knee to his chest. His leg was tight and he jerk his knee toward his chest and caused a dislocation of his hip resurfacing.
One lady was 11 months post op from bi-lateral surgery of BHR’s in both hips and was bending over to move her boots and dislocated her hip.
One of the reasons many people want a hip resurfacing is that they normally don’t dislocate and allow you to be as active as possible. … Read the rest