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How Can I Begin To Do Weight Training After A Hip Reconstruction
Slowly: Typically, hip reconstruction refers to hip replacement. If that is the case, most surgeons have different protocols on weight bearing and resumption of different activities. In the first six months, it is possible to over-do things and potentially cause a problem to your implant. My best advice is to check with your surgeon and closely follow those instructions to ensure your best result. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: The feeling usually lessens with time.Get a more detailed answer ›
No: Women tend to put hip replacement off longer than men, so typically they have waited longer, have been less active, and their arthritis is more advanced, so surgery can be harder for them. The time to have this procedure done is when you are no longer able to carry out activities of daily living because of hip pain. That's true for men and women. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not much.: Patients who are more active are less likely to have wound healing problems, blood clots, or stiffness after surgery. Following surgery you should get the recommended 8 hours a night of sleep at night, but the rest of the time you should be up in a chair or walking about with assistance on a walker. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am 21 and have had a both my hips reconstructed. Will a this hip reconstruction affect childbirth?
I exercise 6 days per week, weight training along with some hiit, what is the best way to soothe discomfort in my hip flexors?
Ice: Generally stretching, biofreeze and ice work pretty well. Sometimes you just need to rest. ...Read more
What preventative measures should be taken to avoid re-injuring a hip flexor - soccer injury? Any specific stretches or weight training?
Avoid re-injury: In my experience groin strains( hip flexor/adductor muscle strains) are common in american football kickers and soccer players."rice"( rest, ice, compression , elevation / nsaids ) is most effective for treatment initially . The best advice i can give to avoid re-injury is to be certain your injury has completely healed before playing again. Stretching exersises once healed ? Benefit... ...Read more
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