- Post-Op Exercises from the McMinn Center Video
- Water Therapy and Pool Exercises by Patricia Walter
- Evelyne’s Water Exercises for De Smet Patients
- Psoas Tendonitis Treatment by Peter Schultz DPT, OCS
- 90-90 Quad-Psoas Stretch
- Exercises for HR Patients Returning to Sports by Peter Schultz
- Return to Golf Following Hip Surgery by by Peter Schultz
- Pre-op Exercises by Pete Schultz @ Dynamic Sports
- Early Post-Op Exercises
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.
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!)
|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:|
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.
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 exercise and gradually added more over the two months of PT until I was doing about 25 repeats of each. Some of the stretching exercises are done for one minute at a time. Then you are to rest or do the other leg and repeat the stretch for another minute. I also did a lot of plain water walking forward, backwards and sideways. It felt good and was a lot of fun. After doing the
Only your doctor can recommend exercises and stretches just for you after hip resurfacing surgery. We recommend you contact your doctor for the proper stretches if you are having problems.
About a month after the resurfacing of my left hip, I would experience an excruciating pain on that side whenever I would attempt to get up and walk after being in a deeply seated position (as in a car seat or a low upholstered chair). It would be very painful to take the first step. But after taking 3 or 4 steps, the pain would disappear entirely. This would happen each time. If I took the time to stretch my left leg a bit after first getting up, it would not be a problem. This went on for several weeks, and did not seem to be improving. When I emailed Ms. Webb about it, she said this was a fairly … Read the rest
Early Post Op Exercises
The exercises shown on this page are typical to what many
These exercises are important for increasing circulation to your
My physician for hip resurfacing was Dr. xxxxx. My email today is about my experience almost 4 years after my surgery. Before surgery I was a distance runner. I fell on my left hip in 2004, it wasn’t treated, I continued running, I got arthritis, I needed surgery. I had my surgery in 2008. I had nothing but problems after my surgery.
Something stuck in my mind that Dr xxxxx told me after surgery. Dr xxxxx told me he put in an oversized cup to ensure that I wouldn’t dislocate. From post surgery forward, I’ve had nothing but groin pain. Groin pain that never, and I mean never, went away. Nothing helped. Went back to Dr xxxxx on numerous occasions and every time he would x-ray, look at me and say everything was where it was supposed to be and told me it would eventually go away. Dr xxxxx prescribed
|Evelyne has given me permission to post her Water Exercises on the Website.|
Her only caution to patients is: Just let the patients know that it is easy to overdo things in the pool and that you have to build things up slowly. Evelyne’s Water Exercises:1.Walking forward, short even steps. Rolling off the heel to toe. Toes forward.2. Walking forward, lifting knees to 90 degrees (horizontal). Toes forward.
3. Jogging forwards, lifting knees to 90 degrees. Toes forward.
4. Walking backwards, short even steps. Rolling toe to heel. Toes forward.
5. Walking backwards, lifting knees to 90 degrees. Toes forward.
6. Jogging backwards, lifting knees to 90 degrees. Toes forward.
7. Scissor steps sideways to left, no lifting knees. Toes forward.
8. Scissor steps sideways to left, lifting knees, longer steps. Toes forward.
9. Scissor steps sideways to right, no lifting knees. Toes forward.
10.Scissor steps sideways to right,
Psoas tendonitis is typically from over working or an overactive hip flexor (which the psoas muscles are part of). To avoid this, it is important to limit the amount of hip flexor strengthening early on in the rehabilitation process. I don’t do any hip flexor strengthening with my patients untill 6-8 weeks post op.
If I encounter a patient with hip flexor pain. The treatment should be rest, ice, anything else to decrease the inflammation. Then when the pain becomes more bearable we start core strengthening and psoas relaxtion/ tone reducing exercises and core strengthening.
Most people try to stretch the hip flexor when it hurts and that tends to make it worse and it is why so many patients fail at conservative physical therapy approaches.
This is a good case study on what I have discussed above:http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2642547/