- 5 Year Update Chuck M’s Hip Resurfacing with Dr. Boettner 2012
- Anders Hip Resurfacing with Dr. Rector 2010
- Andrew Murray’s Hip Resurfacing Mr. McMinn 1999
- Andy Murray Former British Number One Has Hip Resurfacing by Professor Max Fehily 2019
- Andy Murray To Return To Tennis After Hip Resurfacing with Dr. O’Donnell 2017
- Andy Murray’s Pioneering Hip Surgery was First Developed in Birmingham
- Baseball, Football, Soccer, Basketball, Golf, Tennis
- Bob Bryan Encourages Andy Murray to Have a Hip Resurfacing
- Bob Bryan Tennis Pro Hip Resurfacing with Dr. Su 2018
- Bob C’s Bilateral Dr. Gross 2005/2008
- Brian Beech’s BHMR with
Read Full Article Here at ITV.com by MR ANDREW PEARSON, MEDICAL DIRECTOR AND CONSULTANT ORTHOPAEDIC SURGEON:
…The Birmingham Hip Resurfacing technique has enabled thousands of patients, including many high profile athletes, to reduce pain and increase mobility…
…Birmingham Hip Resurfacing restores the natural shape of the joint which means patients are more stable and more active…
…The BHR is also the world’s most successful metal on metal hip resurfacing system with over 140,000 implantations globally…
“It is likely that Andrew Murray has been advised to choose the Birmingham Hip Resurfacing procedure because it provides him with the best chance … Read the rest
Britain’s former world number one Andy Murray had hip resurfacing surgery in London on Monday…
…Prof Fehily added that “90 to 95% of patients who have this surgery are delighted and live a pain-free life”, although none of his patients try to play professional tennis…
…American doubles legend Bob Bryan had a similar operation in 2018. The 40-year-old was on court within five months of his operation and competed with twin brother Mike at the Australian Open.… Read the rest
Read Full Article Here: Doubles ace Bob Bryan encourages Andy Murray to press ahead with hip op to give himself chance of return
‘I would love to see him do a similar surgery, feel the relief that it gives’: Doubles ace Bob Bryan encourages Andy Murray to press ahead with hip surgery to give himself chance of competitive return
…American doubles veteran Bob Bryan feels that Andy Murray could have surgery on his hip and follow him in making a return to top level tennis…
…He has spoken extensively … Read the rest
Bob Bryan’s hip injury is a thing of the past as he will team up with his brother Mike Bryan to play the Brisbane International in the opening week of the 2019 season…
… Bob suffered a hip injury during the final against Nikola Mektic and Alexander Peya. Bob tried to play through the pain but the Bryans ended up retiring the final while 5-3 down. ..
It turned out to be a season-ending injury for Bob, who later underwent a successful hip resurfacing surgery with Dr. Su in 2018. … Read the rest
Andy Murray will return to action on 11 June at a low-level grass tournament in the Netherlands…
…His return ends months of agonising over his future. He was due to come back in Brisbane, before the Australian Open, but withdrew at the last minute and headed for Melbourne, where his trusted friend and renowned surgeon, John O’Donnell, performed the hip resurfacing operation, where a small sleeve is placed over the joint.
Four days after the operation, Murray was walking freely in the streets of Melbourne when he bumped into members of the British media. There was … Read the rest
December 4, 2017 – Fifth year still had some nice improvement (believe it or not).
This also marks my fifth season back playing soccer. Every season I’ve had little nags here and there (Achilles, hamstrings, calfs, etc) but the hip has been injury free. When my conditioning wanes a bit in off season I can get that “achy” feeling after an hour or so playing. But if I use the foam roller a couple of times a week it really helps with that.
My local physio got me using a kettlebell but for only one of … Read the rest
I have been cleared for all activity without restrictions. I am now playing singles tennis without holding back. I am out of shape (for 95 degree singles tennis), and still feel not as flexible or as strong, but have had no pain even after 2 hours of drills and playing. The hardest thing I find doing is bending and staying down, but I have been standing straight for over 10 years. I expect to continue improving as I keep pushing myself.
3/4/2014: I am a 57 year old physician who had a left hip BHR performed by Dr. Raterman on … Read the rest
I used Dr. Rector in Boulder. I feel the BHR surgery which occurred on April 22, 2010 gave me a
2nd chance at an athletic life. It used to take me 30 or more
seconds to stand up out of a chair. Since my surgery I have been
using the stationary bike for about 1/2 hour and working out on the
elliptical for about 20 mins. 2X per week and balancing on the bosu
ball for a few minutes on each leg during my workouts.
At 10 months out from my surgery I began playing soccer again. I am
a … Read the rest
|Ten Year Anniversary|
I’m saying hello on the eve of my ten year anniversary. In early 1998 there were fewer than 40 resurfacings in the U.S. and of course no surfacehippy group or knowledge base. My thanks to Keith and all you posters.My story
A former runner, I had been crippled with OA for a decade and needed crutches just to stand more than 2 minutes. Dr. Amstutz said he’d only seen one or two more diseased hips in his career. I placed a lot of trust in him and it sure paid off. I was riding the life
Dr. Barry Tannen (bilateral HR 12/18/08)
I am a 52 year old physician who had bilateral hip resurfacing with Dr. Su on
December 18th 2008 at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York. I had been
diagnosed with moderate to severe osteoarthritis 3 years earlier and
increasingly had to deal with the pain and limitations that this brought on. I
am an avid tennis player who competes locally and in USTA tournaments and
obviously my tennis game was greatly impacted, but so were ordinary activities
of daily living such as tying shoelaces, etc.
My experience with Dr. Su, his … Read the rest
Bryan J’s Hip Resurfacing with Dr. Rogerson 2007
An injury at age 24 started the journey toward this athlete’s BHR surgery 20 years later.
“I am currently more flexible and active now than I was in my twenties and thirties.”
“When I was 24 years old and very active and athletic, I popped my right hip out when I was skiing. The bursa ruptured and it was bone on bone. By the age of 26, I had already lost significant mobility and had increased pain. I went to a few orthopedic doctors and they all told me to live with … Read the rest
Ivan Dekovic 14 Year Anniversary Hip Resurfacing with Dr. Amstutz 2000
I’m feeling so happy that today I reached my 14th Anniversary. I never though that I would reach that number. At the time of my surgery (I was 54 years old), I would have been pleased if my surface on surface hip replacement had lasted 5 years.
For those asking about impact sports, let me tell you that I have been playing Volleyball, Nationally and Internationally (US Open, World Master Games, Huntsman World Games, League, Senior Tournaments, etc.), since 2004. Before these Tournaments, I played in local Leagues in … Read the rest
Jeff Wiegand’s Hip Resurfacing with Dr. Su 2006
LBHR Dr. Su 9/26/2006
Feb 2013 still going strong. No problems with my hip. 100%. More than six years post-op. Thank you Dr. Edwin Su at Hospital for Special Surgery in Manhattan!
Jeff Wiegand and his daughter Rebecca, with dog Lulu, in the Adirondacks on Giant Mountain (via Rocky Peak Ridge). Distance to summit 8 miles, total ascent 5300 feet. Jeff’s left hip was resurfaced on Sept. 26, 2006 by Dr. Su at the Hospital for Special Surgery in NYC.
Jeff Wiegand Plays Squash on Resurfaced Hip, Testimonial by Richard Millman
Uploaded … Read the rest
Dave Eddy Bilateral Hip Resurfacing with Mr. McMinn 1999
This archive footage shows badminton player Dave Eddy in action on the court. Dave has represented England over fifty times, winning a World Championship in the process and has bilateral Birmingham Hip Resurfacings (BHRs) which were both performed by Mr McMinn some fourteen years apart.
Dave says surgery ‘transformed’ him from “something of a cripple to someone who could walk normally and play badminton to whatever level he wanted.”… Read the rest
Colin Gittins Bilateral Hip Resurfacing with Mr. McMinn 2006
Colin Gittins describes his experience of having a bilateral Birmingham Hip Resurfacing (BHR) operation. The keen football player is now back on the football field twice a week and also enjoys regular games of squash and circuit training. His procedure was performed by Mr McMinn in 2006.
You can read Colin’s story on our website here: http://www.mcminncentre.co.uk/colin-g…
Software Engineer Colin from Gloucester heard about hip resurfacing after some discomfort manoeuvring his legs. Whilst he was attracted to the bone-conserving BHR, the alternative left more to be desired. “The THR was offered … Read the rest
Brian Beech’s BHMR with Mr. McMinn 2009
Brian Beech talks of how his hip resurfacing operation ‘transformed’ his life. The active sportsman is now back playing squash and other high impact sports like football and tennis. Brian had a Birmingham Mid Head Resection (BMHR) in 2009, performed by Mr McMinn.
You can read Brian’s story on our website here: http://www.mcminncentre.co.uk/brian-b…
Managing Director Brian from Cheshire put up with hip arthritis for years explaining, “It got to the point that I couldn’t cut my own toenails or drive any distance without stiffening up. It really was quite an onerous, torturous, painful … Read the rest
Phil Roberts Bilateral Hip Resurfacing with Mr. McMinn 2000/2011
Phil Roberts reflects on ten years with a right Birmingham Hip Resurfacing (BHR), on the eve of having a left BHR, both with Mr McMinn. The ex-Manchester City youth footballer is now a chartered accountant but still regularly plays both 5-a-side and 11-a-side football matches.
You can read Phil’s story on our website here: http://www.mcminncentre.co.uk/phil-ro…
After the onset of arthritis in the late 90s, ex-Manchester City youth footballer Phil Roberts had begun to struggle during his sporting down time. “The recovery period got increasingly arduous and difficult – particularly at night,” … Read the rest