Bob Reynolds, Dickson-Diveley patient, shares his experience with total hip replacement surgery from Dr. Scott Wingerter.
Bobbi Denton was a very young 70 year-old. She and her husband Frank were active and engaged; they enjoyed sailing, golfing, playing tennis and doing things with their grandchildren. Until Bobbi’s hip pain interrupted that life. It got to the point she sought help, only to discover that she needed a full hip replacement. She also learned that it would take up to two years to get that replacement in
baycare.net Hip replacement surgery is a common procedure. You probably have a family member, neighbor or a friend that has gone through it. But what about having both hips replaced at the same time?
Gary, an active 50-year-old Clintonville man had both hips replaced with the anterior approach by Dr. Michael Schnaubelt. He has been involved with officiating high school sports all over Wisconsin for more than 25 years, as
Dr. Gupta performed a left total hip arthroplasty (Direct Anterior Approach) on Barbara Nunn. This is where the diseased hip is removed and an artificial hip is placed through a limited, minimally invasive incision. Dr. Gupta was Barbara’s student in 1987…
…Nunn said the best part now is that she has no pain. She has discomfort at times, but nothing like she used to endure. After Gupta performed her hip … Read the Rest
Thanks to the new approach Kerryn Bailey, 54, was walking on his new hip with support three hours after returning from surgery at Ormskirk hospital.
He went home the next day..
…The accelerated rehabilitation programme has been developed by the physiotherapy and occupational therapy team and surgeons at Ormskirk hospital…
…Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon Matthew Cartwright-Terry explains discharge is Now it’s two or three days – and our ambition to get discharge … Read the Rest
Rudy’s hip problem was diagnosed in summer, 2002, as Avascular Necrosis (AVN). The name of the condition describes it–death of the bone (head of the femur) due to lack of circulation. Rudy skated with the deteriorating condition for over a year, completing the long 2002 Olympic Tour, the Elvis Tour in Canada in the Fall, the 2003 Champions On Ice (25th Anniversary) Winter Tour, and the abbreviated Summer Tour through early June. During … Read the Rest
I had my left hip resurfaced with Dr. De Smet on March 15, 2006. That was a turning point in my life. I was 61 years old and been living in pain from my left hip for almost ten years. I had spent about 3 months learning about hip resurfacing and reading email posts from the surfacehippy Yahoo group . I decided that hip resurfacing with Dr. De Smet would be the answer to my … Read the Rest
Mary Lou Retton Biomet’s M2a-Magnum™ Total Hip Replacement
Approximately six years ago, Mary Lou Retton began experiencing pain in her left hip. As a world-renowned gymnast, Mary Lou had no idea she had been born with hip dysplasia, an anatomic abnormality. Her performances during the 1984 Olympic Games had earned Mary Lou five medals, the greatest number of medals won by any athlete that year and placed her as the first American woman … Read the Rest
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I had my THR on September 7th on the left hip, that was a Friday, they had me up and walking on sat morning and the only pain I felt was the muscle on my hip (incision area) the joint felt great. I got to go home Monday (could of gone home Sunday but Dr was not around) and had a hour ride to get home. I really don’t take any pain pills, I take … Read the Rest
Anterior Approach – New approach to an old procedure Updated 5/6/07
Just hours after Dr. Dick Wallin had his right hip replaced, he stood up. The next day, he used a walker to “cruise around the nurses’ station” at St. Mark’s Hospital, and shortly after that he learned to use crutches on a stair exercise machine.When he went home on day three, he needed only one crutch, which he discarded … Read the Rest
By DAVID HURST Last updated at 08:23am on 7th August 2007
As a goalie, I’ve spent most of my life having my head kicked in and throwing myself on the ground. Now I am paying the price. I remember one day the Arsenal manager asked me if I knew how many times I’d hit the ground that … Read the Rest