Phillip M, a past baseball player at Downers Grove South High School injured his left hip while diving for a ball in the outfield. He sought treatment from Dr. Domb.
Even while still completing rehab, Kathryn reported minimal pain and was confident of her return to track the following fall. Kathryn credits Dr. Domb with assisting her return to the activities she loves at a Division 1 Athletic Level.
While training for the Chicago Half Marathon, avid runner and physical therapist Melissa S, 37, of DeKalb, IL, began experiencing achy hip pain. She began a course of self-guided physical therapy for about one week with no improvement.
I feel like nothing ever happened,” responded Patrick M when asked about his recent arthroscopic hip surgery. “Honestly, my hip feels 100 percent.
Gavin C is your average 16 year old. Loves hockey. Tolerates high school and girls! In April of 2012 he was playing AAA hockey and had a personal trainer.
Choosing Dr Domb to do my hip replacement surgery was one of the best decisions of my life. Why? Because he literally gave me a new life! My lifestyle always included daily activity be it biking, walking, roller-blading, cross-country skiing, yoga...
Dr Benjamin Domb performed my total hip replacement surgery (anterior method with MAKOplasty) on Feb. 4, 2013. I had been diagnosed six years earlier at age 58, and I was determined to research the best doctor for my procedure.
While serving U.S. Interests overseas as a High Threat Protection Specialist in 2013, I injured my hip and right hamstring. The injury was quite debilitating and I eventually returned home and required surgery through a different doctor and practice. After months of recovery and therapy, I was cleared by Doctors to return to work. I once again rotated overseas in a work capacity despite my voiced suspicions that the injury was still an issue.
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