Hip Replacement Surgery Cost Explained

Hip Replacement Surgery Cost Explained January 26, 2024/Health Information, Hip Whether it be through age, injury or general wear and tear, damage to your hip joint can occur for several reasons, causing pain and restricting your mobility. The most commonly recommended treatment for a damaged hip joint is a total hip replacement. This involves replacing…

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Minimally Invasive Hip Replacement Vs. Traditional Hip Replacement

Minimally Invasive Hip Replacement Vs. Traditional Hip Replacement July 28, 2023/Health Information, Hip Hip replacements can be a vital surgery for many people, reducing pain and enhancing their quality of life. However, you may be worried about the procedure and unsure how it is done. There are two ways that a hip replacement can be…

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Helpful Tips For Hip Replacement Recovery

Helpful Tips For Hip Replacement Recovery July 25, 2023/Health Information, Hip For many people, hip replacement surgery transforms their quality of life, eliminates chronic pain, and increases mobility. However, it is important to note that hip replacements are major surgeries, so recovery can be lengthy and challenging. In this article, we’re going to look at…

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Seven things you need to know about hip replacement surgery

Our hips are joints that can take a lot of strain over time and, as we age, through injury or arthritic conditions, the cartilage between the ball and socket can wear down and cause pain or swelling around the joint. If you are experiencing severe pain and stiffness in your hip that has not been…

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Exercises to strengthen your hip post surgery

Watch our latest video featuring an in depth guide to exercising post replacement hip surgery. Presented by two of Horder Healthcare’s Chartered Physiotherapists, the video takes you through various sections of exercise as well as offering advice for you on your recovery journey. For more information about Hip Replacement at The Horder Centre, click the…

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Why do I have hip pain?

By Alex Barnes, Physiotherapist Most hip pain has a simple explanation such as a muscle strain after doing some exercise, whereby the soft tissues become inflamed. This usually clears up after a few days. Pain of a more chronic nature can be due to particular conditions. The hip joint is a large ball and socket joint. This allows it…

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