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Femoroacetabular Impingement Surgery Recovery
My doctor gave me some Celebrex (celecoxib) 400mg I have femoroacetabular impingement and surgery in 2 months. The bag says take 1 per day morn. Can I take pm?
Why not ask?: The doctor who prescribed it is the best source for clarification. Call the office with your question and provide easy ways for the answer to get back to you at the doctor's convenience since it's not an emergency. They'll be happy to reply. It's probably okay, but ask. Best wishes! ...Read more
Have disuse atrophy of legs/glutes. have femoroacetabular impingement. Athroscopic surgery in 8 weeks. Will a swimming pool help my recovery? exercise
How soon after arthroscopic surgery to clean up femoroacetabular impingement will I be able to fly non stop for 9-10 hours on a plane as a passenger?
Check with surgeon: You need to check with your surgeon's office for details concerning your specific case. In general, we prefer our post surgical patients to avoid air travel of greater than 1.5 hours for at least 10-14 days. No sound evidence one way or another on this issue. Goal is to avoid placing the postop patient in an environment where limited motion could lead to a DVT (leg clot). ...Read more
How soon after arthroscopic hip surgery to fix Femoroacetabular Impingement can I have gentle intercourse? I assume doggie style would be easiest?
I had arthroscopic hip impingement surgery for my right hip on March 18th, and was wondering if my right foot being numb was normal?
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Variable: Femoroacetabular impingement ( fai) is being diagnosed w/ increasing frequency by orthopedic surgeons." cam" and "pincer" fai is frequently diagnosed in patients w/ hip pain, minimal x-ray changes but an MRI which is diagnostic . Often seen in middle aged adults presenting w/ hip pain from scfe or ddh from childhood. Arthroscopic ( or open) debridement can yield decent results but deteriorate.... ...Read more
Hip impingement pain: Femoroacetabular impingement encompasses a constellation of problems about the hip joint that cause pain with combined hyperflexion and internal rotation. Pain results from the hip bone impinging upon the rim of the acetabulum. Either a prominence of bone on the femoral head-neck junction (Cam lesion) or on the acetabular rim (pincer lesion) and labral tear are noted at surgery when indicated. ...Read more
Any ideas on the likelihood of femoroacetabular impingement leading to hip replacement in later years?
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