Published on Apr 27, 2017 Familiar face Jim Jenkinson, star of the McMinn Centre Recovery Video series, has come back to see Mr McMinn to have his other hip resurfaced. Jim had a right sided Birmingham Hip Resurfacing (BHR) in 2010 and we followed his immediate and longer term recovery process in a series of four videos: Post-Op Recovery: . 2 Months Post-Op: . 6 Months Post-Op: . 1 Year Post-Op: . In this video, Jim gives us an update six years following his BHR and why he has come back to have his left hip resurfaced…
Jim Jenkinson received a right Birmingham Hip Resurfacing (BHR) operation in 2010 performed by Mr McMinn. Jim shares his thoughts and physiotherapy progress in the immediate stages of recovery for the first three days after surgery.
Jim Jenkinson is back for a two month review after undergoing a right Birmingham Hip Resurfacing (BHR) operation in 2010 with Mr McMinn. Jim has gradually built up the exercise regime that was set for him by the physiotherapist and feels that “progress is being made”.
Jim Jenkinson tells us that “all is well” at the six month stage after having a right Birmingham Hip Resurfacing (BHR) operation in 2010 performed by Mr McMinn. Jim is now exercising regularly and not getting any pain at all, continuing his sensible approach to recovery.
Jim Jenkinson caught up with us a year after his right Birmingham Hip Resurfacing (BHR) operation in 2010 performed by Mr McMinn. He is back in the gym and running on the treadmill with no pain whatsoever. Jim describes his BHR as “absolutely superb, I can’t fault it.”