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Doctor insights on: How Long Is Total Recovery From Hip Osteoplasty

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When is osteoplasty needed?

When is osteoplasty needed?

Removal of bone: Osteoplasty procedure involves removal or trimming of bone. The indication for this surgery depends of many factors- including body part involved and whether symptoms have responded to an appropriate course of conservative or non-operative treatment. Depending on the body part affected, your surgeon may recommend this type of procedure. Discuss specific questions with your surgeon. ...Read more

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How fast should I expect to recover after hip resurfacing? How long will it be before i can expect a complete recovery after hip resurfacing? .

How fast should I expect to recover after hip resurfacing? How long will it be before i can expect a complete recovery after hip resurfacing?

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Let me explain: Usually will be in the hospital for at most three days, they get you up the second and will sent home with pt at home. It depend in general health, you should able to walk in three weeks. Complete recovery in about three month. ...Read more

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How fast should I expect to recover after hip resurfacing? How long will it be before i can expect a complete recovery after hip resurfacing? .

6-10 weeks: You should be about 90% recovered at 6 weeks and see improvement for several more months. Most people return to normal activities at the 6-10 week time frame. Surface replacement can often require a larger incision and dissection than tha and could lead to a slightly longer recovery. ...Read more

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Having hip revision surgery--how long is your recovery?

Varies.: Some revision surgeries go just like a primary hip replacement. Depending on the bone damage, and stability of the revision surgery, you might be looking at 6-12 weeks of no, or partial, weight bearing. Dislocation is slightly more likely, so the hip precautions will be even more important. I would plan on 3 months if it's a full revision, much shorter is possible though. ...Read more

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How long does recovery take for a total hip arthroplasty?

Variable recovery: Recovery from a hip replacement surgery will vary patient to patient. We routinely perform the direct anterior total hip replacement and it is not unusual for the patients to be up and walking within several days with minimal pain. "Total" recovery can vary between 6 weeks and 6 months depending on circumstances. ...Read more

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How long is the recovery for having a total hip replacement?

6-12 weeks: Usually 6 to 12 weeks but depending on the surgery and the individual this can vary. ...Read more

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How involved is the surgery and long the recovery for a broken hip?

How involved is the surgery and long the recovery for a broken hip?

Varies: Itcdepends on what type and how bad the fracture is. Most of the procedures are quite routine . As with any surgery thee are risks. Recovery is 3-6 months. ...Read more

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My hip flexor/groin got pulled.My hipflexer/groin in fully healed?If I do pt everyday starting now, how long until a full recovery(running, etc.) ?

My hip flexor/groin got pulled.My hipflexer/groin in fully healed?If I do pt everyday starting now, how long until a full recovery(running, etc.) ?

Weeks: Usually takes 2-4 weeks for a pulled muscle or similar situation to heal and exercise should be resumed in a gradual manner to allow full healing and recovery. ...Read more

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How long does recovery after hip arthroplasty take? I need to have arthroplasty of my hip joint. Apart from my hip joint, i'm a healthy male in my mid fifties. On average, how long should I expect my recovery to take?

How long does recovery after hip arthroplasty take? I need to have arthroplasty of my hip joint. Apart from my hip joint,  i'm a healthy male in my mid fifties. On average, how long should I expect my recovery to take?

Hip replacement: 6 weeks on average for collagen to heal--give yourself at least 12 weeks total to retrain the mscles for movement and gait.Consider direct anterior hip approach withich is muscle sparing. Check with your orthopedic surgeon. ...Read more

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