- 2014 to 2016 Stories
- 90-year-old Ginnane Pays for Private Hip Surgery after waiting 2 years
- Barbara Nunn’s THR with Dr. Gupta Who Was Her Student
- Bilateral THR at 17 Years Old by Emily Schatzel 1
- Bilateral THR at 17 Years Old by Emily Schatzel 2
- Bill Michalski’s THR at Riverview 2015
- Bill Michalski’s THR at Riverview in NJ
- Bob Reynolds Total Hip Replacement with Dr. Wingerter
- Bobbi Denton’s Total Hip Replacement Video
- Brad Severman THR with Dr. Kassman 2015
- Brenda Brook’s Bilateral Total Hip Replacement 2014
- Craig Guerrero’s Total Hip Replacement by Dr. Tom Calton 2016
- Dave Kelly’s THR at
Published on May 17, 2016 Susan Mong spent years riding her horse until a hip injury sidelined her. She spent time researching places to have surgery and realized she was in great hands with the team at the University of Virginia. Now, Susan has been reunited with her horse and is riding almost daily. … Read the Rest
At Florida Orthopaedic Specialists we offer the latest technological treatments for total hip replacement, the Muscle Sparring method. This procedure requires NO muscle or tendon detachment, and the incision length is approximately 3-4 ½ inches instead of the usual 12-15 inches with a traditional hip replacement surgery. The result is a majority of patients require a shorter hospital stay, have minimal pain and are able to walk with a cane in 24 hours.… Read the Rest
June 20, 2016
surgery went very very well. I’ll post more when I’m more awake.
June 27, 2016
On the day of, my husband came with me & kept me company until it was time. I was soooo nervous, of course. But I have to say, everyone involved in every step were absolutely fantastic. I waited in the wait room for an hour, then was moved in the pre op, where I changed into the beeeeaautiful gown, I had the line put in, was given various pills. My surgeon came over to say hi & autograph my leg. He then … Read the Rest
After 18 months waiting “in the queue”, Brad was informed that his condition had changed and he’d have to start the process over again. He decided he couldn’t wait any longer; he wanted his previous, mobile and active life back. He visited www.timelymedical.ca and Rick Baker connected him with Dr. Kassman. A total hip replacement was scheduled and surgery was performed within a few months. Four days after the surgery he was walking without aids and today, he’s resuming the lifestyle he remembers.
Tom Glass is as humble in his assessment of his accomplishments as he is when describing the physical toll it took on his body. His partial resume includes more than forty major awards and victories in over 35 years of racing. He was the Calgary Stampede Rangeland Derby Champion in 1983, 1987, 1992, and 1994, the Stampede Aggregate Winner in 1987 and 1998 and the World Champion Chuckwagon Driver in 1980, 1981, and 1988. For those who aren’t familiar with Chuckwagon racing, it’s like a demolition derby except that instead of sitting behind the wheel
Retired doctor Stephen Reed, 69 of Wiscasset, completed his 28th consecutive Boston Marathon on Patriot’s Day. Reed had a total hip replacement of his left hip in July. After taking a few months off from running to recover, he was back pounding the pavement training for his favorite race…
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Mary shares her story of how she feels after undergoing hip replacement and hip resurfacing and whether or not it has slowed her down at all.
Craig was very anxious about getting his left hip replaced and wondered if it would come out as well as Dr. Calton said it would. Watch and see if it did.