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Hip Labral Tear Surgery Recovery
Approximately 3 mnth: General speaking 3 months, although recovery time can vary based on the severity of your injury and activity level that you wish to resume following the procedure. You can read about lady gaga's recent recovery and view the names of several professional athletes that undergown the procedure on my blog at http://drmarkgalland.Com/category/hip/. ...Read moreGet help now ›
I have had hip athroscopy for minor labral tear, 3 months post surgery I am still in agony. Is this normal?
Can be: It is not abnormal to take 4-6 months and even a year for the pain to go away. However, I am concerned about you being in agony. This should be evaluated by your surgeon. ...Read moreGet help now ›
Mom just had hip surgery for labral tear, now has no feeling in left perineal area. Had an epidural.?
Nerve compression: Assuming hip arthroscopy--if so--we use a table to provide gentle traction to leg to put camera in hip. Pressure is placed in groin and foot is pulled in a ski boot. This sounds like pressure causing nerve to go to sleep in perineal region. These types of problems frequently resolve on their own. Suggest talking to your surgeon about it. ...Read moreGet help now ›
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Need to evaluate: If you were diagnosed with a hip labral tear and had a cortisone injection you need to discuss this with a orthopedic surgery who is proficient with hip arthroscopy. If the cortisone helped then continue with rehab. If it wore off then you may be a potential candidate for surgery but at 50 yrs old I would be concerned about arthritis in which case arthroscopy surgery would not be indicated. ...Read moreGet help now ›
Activity After Scope: Many activities can be resumed after a hip arthroscopy. In fact, professional football players, baseball players, and basketball players are returning to high level activity after this type of surgery. The recovery can take a few months, and extensive physical therapy is required to make the best recovery, but returning to sports, including dance, is possible. ...Read moreGet help now ›
I have some symptoms of a hip labral tear but the MRI came back normal. I have been doing therapy for 4 weeks now with no results. What do you think?
MRI results: Clinical symptoms are far more correct than MRI or x-ray results. Those studies may not always pick up an anatomical abnormality as often as one would think. If therapy is not doing it then maybe a visit back to an orthopedic specialist is indicated. He/she may recommend surgery to definitively get an answer to your symptoms. ...Read moreGet help now ›
I just had arthroscope for a hip labral tear repair. 3 days ago. On crutches. I feel a clicking i did'nt have before, mostly when adjusting my legs in bed or when sitting. Is this normal?
Yes it is possible: The joint slightly inflamed after the surgery and swelling, also the tissues around it have the thing. Give it some time most likely will go away, if did not check with your doctor how did the surgery. ...Read moreGet help now ›
Hard to do if you: Have not done it before, but here are the basic test: ant labral tear- pain if hip is brought from a fully flexed, externally rotated, and abducted position to a position of extension, internal rotation, and adduction posterior labral tear -pain if hip is brought from a flexed, adducted, and internally rotated position to one of abduction, external rotation, and extension. Not 100% diagnostic. ...Read moreGet help now ›
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