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Hip replacement recovery Options
TheParser
Posted: Monday, May 22, 2017 7:09:33 AM
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First, welcome to TFD forums. We all hope that you will post frequently. There are a variety of interesting and informative forums here for every interest.

I am glad to hear that your clergyman had successful operations.



Have a nice day!
cbxkorg123
Posted: Monday, May 22, 2017 11:59:25 PM

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can do.
But the time of the elderly to recover will be longer
TheParser
Posted: Tuesday, May 23, 2017 6:41:59 AM
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cbxkorg123 wrote:

But the time of the elderly to recover will be longer



First, welcome to TFD forums.

We look forward to reading more of your posts.

Yes, things are always more difficult for the elderly (like me).



Have a good day!
Ashwin Joshi
Posted: Friday, June 09, 2017 12:46:47 PM

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Here in Amritsar City of Punjab India, the hospital do it with state-of-the art technology.

For any other help I am here.


Me Gathering Pebbles at The Seashore.-Aj
bocrangsuthammy
Posted: Sunday, June 18, 2017 8:48:29 AM
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As far as my experience, most people who have had joint surgery, their mobility and mobility are no longer good.
autobotme
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thanks for sharing posts
Henrry04
Posted: Friday, September 29, 2017 10:52:39 PM

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Young people often do not pay much attention to health especially osteoarthritis. However, in the old days, they will regret this. Because it will greatly affect the quality of your life.

Take care of your health right now.
TheParser
Posted: Saturday, September 30, 2017 7:21:44 AM
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Henrry04 wrote:
However, in the old days, they will regret this.




They certainly will! Thanks for reminding the young people who visit these forums.

It seems that education is the best method to get people to live healthier lives.

Thanks to a massive publicity campaign, smoking cigarettes in the United States has been dramatically reduced.

Without going into detail, many young Americans are doing things that will eventually destroy their lives. Instead of punishing them, government -- in my OPINION -- should be educating them in a non-threatening way.



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Welcome to TFD.

These forums always need more (nice) new members.

Please do post your opinions in as many forums as interest you.




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Phong Trần
Posted: Friday, January 05, 2018 1:53:19 AM

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Unfortunately, I am all too familiar with hip replacement. I had my right hip replaced about three years ago (arthritis and wear and tear). The surgeon drilled down into the femur, installed an implant with a porcelain ball and receptor set in the bone cup. Aside from wound discomfort etc. I was immediately suffering less pain. Not being able to put weight on the affected leg for a couple of weeks was a nuisance but I followed the intensive rehab instructions and followed up with the recommended exercises. I was back at work within seven weeks in far better shape than I was before. Recovery depends on the age of the patient, the level of fitness prior to the procedure, the willingness to follow the rehab regime and to do the recommended exercises for about 2/3 months.
Drag0nspeaker
Posted: Thursday, January 11, 2018 10:02:08 AM

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Hello Phong Trần.
Welcome to the forum.

It is good to hear that you are now in much better shape.

In the fields of physical repair, exercise and so on, health professionals usually do know what is best.


Wyrd bið ful aræd - bull!
seohungthinh
Posted: Thursday, January 11, 2018 11:09:13 PM

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hoanguyen88 wrote:
My minister had hip replacement...right hip and 6 months later the left hip. He is 50, didn't require rehab, went back to the pulpit (sitting on a high stool) after 6 weeks of each surgery. Everybody is different.

i think so :d
Nguyễn Thùy
Posted: Friday, January 12, 2018 10:22:41 PM

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Thanks for the interesting comments.

I always use the handrails when walking up or down the stairs.

I get really worried when I see (on TV) famous people walking down from an airplane and not holding on to the handrail.
Nguyễn Tuấn 3
Posted: Friday, January 12, 2018 10:27:32 PM

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We moved an adjustable bed downstairs for him, and his family got a raised toilet seat (luckily have a downstairs loo), and family looked after him for a week or two, but after that he was fine to look after himself. Now back upstairs, and drives, works outside, etc.
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