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  • Caregiver Tips for Hip Replacement Patients

    Caregiver Tips for Hip Replacement Patients

    Today, hip replacement surgery has advanced to such a degree that it may be performed as a minimally invasive outpatient procedure with discharge on the very same day for some candidates. In other cases, patients may be discharged home in 5-6 days. Recovering in the comfort of home is what most patients would prefer, especially if they receive the right level care during the first few weeks or months after the procedure.

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  • Home Preparation Checklist for Hip Replacement Patients

    Home Preparation Checklist for Hip Replacement Patients

    Hip replacement surgery can be a life-changing step towards significantly reducing hip pain and improving your mobility. Whether it’s a hip fracture or hip arthritis that has prompted your decision, before you undergo the surgery you must get your home ready for your return.

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  • 7 Benefits of Minimally Invasive Hip Replacement

    7 Benefits of Minimally Invasive Hip Replacement

    Getting fitted with a completely new hip joint through a small incision may seem like science fiction, but this is possible today thanks to the significant advances in medical science and technology. When performed by a well-trained and experienced surgeon, the benefits of undergoing minimally invasive hip replacement are numerous:

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  • What is Robotic Surgery?

    What is Robotic Surgery?

    Robotic surgery or robot-assisted surgery is the use of cutting-edge robotic systems controlled by a skilled surgeon to perform surgical procedures. These advanced systems provide the surgeon with a high degree of stability, precision, and control. Several orthopedic procedures such as joint replacement can now be done using robotic technology.

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  • Hip Arthroscopy Benefits

    Hip Arthroscopy Benefits

    Hip arthroscopy is a cutting-edge procedure which allows your doctor to look inside your hip with a miniaturized camera inserted through a small poke-hole incision. Repair of torn or injured structures as well as removal of bone fragments, scar tissue and debris from within the hip joint also be possible using this procedure.

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  • How Regenerative Medicine Can Help Your Hip Pain

    How Regenerative Medicine Can Help Your Hip Pain

    Are you considering surgery for your nagging hip pain? Have conservative treatments not provided enough relief? Maybe you should consider Regenerative Medicine. This innovative and advanced treatment enhances the body’s natural capacity to heal and is providing remarkable solutions for all types of joint pain.

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  • Hip Pain Management Without Surgery

    Hip Pain Management Without Surgery

    Hip pain can make simple tasks such as picking up objects or climbing stairs difficult. Once the pain gets to a point that your quality of life is significantly affected, you should seek professional medical help. Your doctor will discuss suitable treatment options based on a physical evaluation.

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  • Cold Weather is No Excuse: Tips to Keep You Moving All Winter

    Cold Weather is No Excuse: Tips to Keep You Moving All Winter

    The fall in temperature during the winter usually leads to increased pain and stiffness in your joints especially if you have a pre-existing orthopedic injury or arthritis. You might be tempted to limit your body movements and forego any type of physical activity during this time. However, inactivity contributes to weight gain, worsening joint pain, and winter blues.

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  • Prevent the Most Common Football Injuries

    Prevent the Most Common Football Injuries

    Few sports can generate the kind of passion that football does. The strategizing to create the perfect game plan, the speed of play, and the sheer size of the players can create edge-of-the-seat excitement second to none. Due to the physical nature of the game, football does have its fair share of injures right from minor sprains, strains, torn ligaments and tendons to more severe fractures, concussions, and spine injuries.

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  • 7 Benefits to Minimally Invasive Hip Replacement

    7 Benefits to Minimally Invasive Hip Replacement

    Getting fitted with a completely new hip joint through a small incision may seem like science fiction, but this is possible today thanks to the significant advances in medical science and technology.

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