Doug Bruns relies on mobility to pursue his passions in travel and photography. When increasing hip pain became too much, he was faced with a choice: slow down, or do something about it. That’s when Maine Medical Partners – Orthopedics & Sports Medicine came into the picture. After Dr. Brian McGrory performed minimally-invasive anterolateral hip replacement surgery, Doug was quickly up on his feet, and back to living life. Today, from mountain climbing to biking, there’s nothing off limits.
Johnny Bench underwent total hip replacement of his right hip in April of 2004 after suffering for years from chronic joint pain. He discussed his options with his surgeon and received a Stryker hip implant.
After undergoing the procedure, Bench was able to realize his lifestyle recovery goals and get back to his active life without hip pain. Since then, he has shared his joint replacement experience with attendees at Stryker educational seminars throughout the United States.
When Bench began experiencing pain in his left hip, he knew not to wait until he was sidelined by the pain before seeking … Read the Rest
Diane Wilson had Double Hip Replacement six months ago and now climbs Kraft Mtn.
in Red Rock Canyon.… Read the Rest
Last March I was diagnosed with congenital hip dysplasia. I had been having severe knee pain for about five years prior and I tried all sorts of treatments for my knees. My knees hurt because I needed a hip replacement but didn’t know.
I teach a fitness class daily called Jazzercise and I have been teaching for 8 years. So, the pain of the knees and finally the right hip got the best of me and I couldn’t in good faith step on a stage in front of paying customers in the shape I was in.
In May, 2009, I … Read the Rest