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  • Minimally Invasive Total Hip Arthroplasty

    Minimally Invasive Total Hip Arthroplasty

    A hip replacement, also known as a total hip replacement, is usually done when severe damage from arthritis or injury has made it difficult for you to perform routine activities because of severe hip pain or a restricted range of motion. With a minimally invasive hip replacement, you can expect to get back to your active lifestyle with minimum delay.

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  • What is Hip Resurfacing?

    What is Hip Resurfacing?

    Hip resurfacing is a bone-saving alternative to total hip replacement. This conservative surgical procedure aims to restore hip mobility and function by relining the hip joint; most of the healthy hip bone is preserved. The end of the thigh bone that fits into the hip socket is trimmed back to remove only the arthritic or damaged portion, leaving the healthy part of the bone untouched. The surface is then covered with a thin, smooth metal dome.

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  • Hip Injuries in Adolescents

    Hip Injuries in Adolescents

    A wide variety of hip injuries can occur in adolescents. These include acute injuries acquired during contact sports, chronic overuse injuries from high impact activities, and manifestations of pediatric hip diseases that become symptomatic when children reach their late teenage years.

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  • Can Regenerative Medicine Help Me Avoid Hip Surgery?

    Can Regenerative Medicine Help Me Avoid Hip Surgery?

    Are you still suffering from chronic hip pain because you become anxious at the thought of undergoing surgery? If so, regenerative medicine may be right for you.

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  • Benefits of Rapid Recovery Hip Replacement Surgery

    Benefits of Rapid Recovery Hip Replacement Surgery

    Individuals who are unable to perform activities of daily living due to bone-on-bone hip osteoarthritis are best treated with total hip replacement (THR). While there are a plethora of benefits associated with THR, a prolonged postoperative rehabilitation period is one of the drawbacks of this procedure.

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  • Common Work from Home Injuries and How to Avoid Them

    Common Work from Home Injuries and How to Avoid Them

    As the COVID-19 pandemic forced many to work from home, it is clear that “work from anywhere” is not a temporary situation, but rather a part of what many have dubbed “the new normal.” Whether it’s a total shift to remote work, or some kind of hybrid schedule, professionals across the globe will find themselves logging on from home, or other unique locations, more often than ever before.

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  • How COVID-19 Will Change Your Patient Experience

    How COVID-19 Will Change Your Patient Experience

    The novel coronavirus has forever changed our healthcare system, and many are wondering what the patient experience will look like in a post-COVID-19 world. With several states, including Illinois, starting to resume elective surgeries, we now have a glimpse into what this may look like. This is not a swift return to normal – it is a carefully planned new normal.

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  • What To Do If Your Hip Surgery Has Been Postponed

    What To Do If Your Hip Surgery Has Been Postponed

    Non-emergency, planned surgical procedures are being postponed in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. If your hip surgery has been postponed, here’s what you can do to reduce hip pain and preserve hip function while waiting for your procedure.

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  • 8 Benefits of Telemedicine

    8 Benefits of Telemedicine

    Telemedicine is the perfect healthcare service during these unprecedented times. It can help patients get evaluated and treated in a timely fashion by a doctor or specialist from the comfort of their own homes.

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  • Training Cancelled Due to COVID-19? How to Stay LimberAt Home

    Training Cancelled Due to COVID-19? How to Stay LimberAt Home

    With COVID-19 concerns shuttering gyms, cancelling team practices and postponing games, those who are used to a regular exercise routine are forced to get creative about how to stay in shape during the pandemic. Finding time and space to incorporate a mix of aerobic, strength, balance and flexibility training into your days at home will help you maintain your fitness and keep your body limber.

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