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Dr. Charles Mitchell
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Revision Surgery (Overview)

Revision surgery is performing a procedure to alter a pror procedure.


Dr. Charles Mitchell
87 doctors shared insights

Revision Surgery (Overview)

Revision surgery is performing a procedure to alter a pror procedure.


Dr. Otto Placik Dr. Placik
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Physical rehabilitation (Tip)

Physical rehabilitation

Surgery may be the best remedy for you but rehab is key. ...See more

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What is ACL revision surgery?

What is ACL revision surgery?

For failed ACL.: ACL revision surgery is performed when your previous ACL reconstruction has failed. ...Read more

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Physical rehabilitation (Tip)

Physical rehabilitation

The key to healing, from a major surgery, is great nutrition. ...See more

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Hip revision surgery, what can I expect?

Hip revision surgery, what can I expect?

Relief: Hip revision is second surgery done to replace hardware some times joint wears off, or several other problems, revision will correct the problem, ask your surgeon. ...Read more

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Does it hurt to get a knee revision surgery done?

Does it hurt to get a knee revision surgery done?

Sure - a bit: I don't do these procedures, but see many patients who have had them. There is pain associated with the surgery and recovery - usually well controlled with medications. It seems most patients feel the pain was worse before their surgery - and essentially all of them, that I have seen, were glad to have had the surgery. ...Read more

Dr. Zahid Niazi Dr. Niazi
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Physical rehabilitation (Tip)

Physical rehabilitation

Move it, move it - post surgery/injury. Best outcome. ...See more

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

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