|Exercises from the McMinn CenterMcMinn Centre Physio Brian demonstrates the exercises
recommended following your Birmingham Hip Resurfacing, Mid
Head Resection or Large Headed Total Hip Replacement
operation.*NOTE: These exercises are NOT
suitable for patients who have had small headed total hip
replacements. Includes the following exercises:|
|By Dr. Scott Rubinstein August 25, 2007|
Here we are debating a question that has no clear cut answer. All
|Sports Activity After Total Hip Resurfacing Original Link http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20223940?dopt=Abstract|
March 11, 2010Banerjee M, Bouillon B, Banerjee C, Bäthis H, Lefering R, Nardini M, Schmidt J. Dreifaltigkeits-Krankenhaus and Cologne Merheim Medical Center.BACKGROUND: Little is known about sports activity after total hip resurfacing.
HYPOTHESIS: Patients undergoing total hip resurfacing can have a high level of sports activity. STUDY DESIGN: Case series; Level of evidence, 4.
METHODS: The authors evaluated the level of sports
The suggested sexual positions explained below may help you avoid dislocating your new hip after hip resurfacing surgery.
It is always best to ask your own surgeon for specific information about when you are allowed to resume sexual activities and what specific activities are allowed after your hip resurfacing.Patient on bottom/partner on topThis position works well for… Read the rest
There are people that have experienced very difficult recoveries and their return to a normal life has been very slow. I guess they are the Turtles.
Some are lucky and have an average recovery which puts … Read the rest
Smith & Nephew Announcement about THR femur component for BHR revisions 9/2012
Why was there a modification to the indications for use for the BIRMINGHAM HIP Modular Head?
We have modified the indications for use of the BIRMINGHAM HIP Modular Head after a careful review of available data and the decreased utilization of this component by customers in all markets where it has been sold.
Available data sources show that from 2003 to 2009,
DO NOT put more weight on your operated leg than was allowed while you were in the hospital. Do you know your “weight bearing status?” If not, ask your doctor or therapist.
Back up until you feel the chair against the back of your legs.
Slide your operated leg forward and lower yourself slowly into the chair using armrests.
Try to sit in a chair that has armrests. DO NOT sit in rocking … Read the rest
Peter Schultz www.DynamicSportsPT.com 133 E 55th Street New York, NY 10022 212-317-8303 Phone: 212.317.8303 Uploaded on Jul 9, 2011A few exercises included in the Dynamic Sports PT TRX hip program developed for patients returning to sport following hip surgery. Full program and other hip rehabilitation exercises can be viewed at www.DynamicSportsPT.com Pt had hip resurfacing surgery 6 months prior to this video clip.
|Nicolas Fouilleron, MD,|
Guillaume Wavreille, MD,
Nima Endjah, MD and
Julien Girard, MD, PhD (firstname.lastname@example.org)
February 1, 2012AbstractBackground: The ability to return to sports activities (especially
running) after hip resurfacing arthroplasty seems to be very important for young
and active patients who have developed osteoarthritis.Purpose: To assess the quality of return to sports after hip resurfacing
arthroplasty by examining the time spent running, weekly mileage, and the
possibility of returning
Listed below are the Pool Exercises that I used to help my stiff muscles after my Hip Resurfacing. These were not given to me by Dr. De Smet, but designed for me by my PT in the US. There were all very gentle and anytime that I started to be in pain, I was to stop. Each exercise or stretch was designed to be done by both legs. I started with 5 repeats of each