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- GM’s Anterior Hip Replacement with Dr. Mast 2013
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- Joe’s Direct Superior total hip replacement by Dr. Sumko
- Karen McKinzie’s Anterior Total Hip Replacement 2015
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By Lauren Moss| Posted: Wed 3:46 PM, Sep 04, 2019
Do you have achy knees or a bad hip and everything you have tried doesn’t relieve the pain? Then it may be time for a replacement.
There are more than a million total hip and knee replacements done in the U.S. every year, and that number is expected to rise to 4 million by 2030.
One type of replacement surgery at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago is getting patients recovering quicker and back to their normal activities faster without any limitations.
Sixty-three-year-old Dana Potts didn’t start running competitively until his late 50s.
“When I got older, I just ran 5Ks and 10Ks,” he said.
His short-distance running abilities landed him at state finals, where he won gold. But his constant training landed him in need of a hip replacement.
“I was shocked, because I’ve never been operated on, …
Published on Sep 24, 2017 – Dr. Michael Sumko utilizes muscle sparing total knee and Hip approaches to produce incredible results and return patients back to their activity levels more quickly. These minimally invasive approaches are availble to all usually no matter the severity of the disease as seen in this video. No pain medication! Home more quickly, less time in therapy! Recover more quickly!
Published on Oct 25, 2017 Patient returns 3 weeks after hip replacement with Dr. Lige Kaplan. He is not using a cane and has no limp. …
Published on Oct 25, 2016…
Sep 16, 2017 Dr. Michael Sumko utilizes muscle sparing total knee and Hip approaches to produce incredible results and return patients back to their activity levels more quickly. These minimally invasive approaches are availble to all usually no matter the severity of the disease as seen in this video. No pain medication! Home more quickly, less time in rehab!…
My name is Robert Hess and I’m 80 years old and I had a hip problem for 3 or 4 years, suffering and I had a meeting with Dr. Henderson and we decided to perform the surgery. I spent overnight in the hospital after the surgery. Went in at 7:30 in the morning. The next morning they had me up walking around the hospital with a walker and after lunch in the afternoon I experienced walking up and down stairs with a cane. Not only was I shocked the fact that I could walk that much but the fact that I had absolutely no pain whatsoever. Went to physical therapy 4 to 6 weeks. I was back to normal playing golf, driving an automobile and again, absolutely no pain. One of the better things I ever did or decisions that I made was the fact
Published on Mar 18, 2015
Karen McKinzie experienced hip pain that interfered with her interior design career and daily life for years. Osteoarthritis had caused her hip joint to disintegrate. When she looked into hip replacement, she discovered her local Baylor Medical Center offered an anterior approach. In this innovative procedure, surgeons reach the hip socket through an incision in the front of the hip. Since no major muscles or ligaments are cut, patients experience a faster recovery and quicker rehab. “Anterior hip replacement at Baylor made my life beautiful again. It’s so important for people to know this is an option.”
For more information about orthopedic services, call 1.800.4BAYLOR or visit http://www.baylorhealth.com/Ortho…