Post-Op

  • Dr Bose Post-Op Protocol

    The anesthetist will be seeing you the day prior to the surgery, or earlier if required. Usually a general anesthetic is preferred for BHR due a variety of technical reasons. After the surgery, the patient will be in the recovery room for about 3 hours after which he will be shifted to the wards.

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  • Patient Article Links

    Learning to Walk by Alan Ray Proper Use of a Cane by Alan Ray Trekking Poles by Ann Caviness How Fast Will I Recover by Vicky Marlow

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  • Dr. Rector Phase 3 Exercises

    Please perform your rehabilitation exercises under the guidance of your physician or your personal physical therapist.

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  • Dr. Rector Phase 2 Exercises

    Please perform your rehabilitation exercises under the guidance of your physician or your personal physical therapist.

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  • Dr. Rector Phase 1 Exercises

    Please perform your rehabilitation exercises under the guidance of your physician or your personal physical therapist.

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  • The Psoas Within

    At the very core of your physical body lies a muscle that influences every aspect of well-being. The psoas muscle, critical for balance, alignment, joint rotation and range of motion, also influences the circulatory system, the functioning of organs and diaphragmatic breathing. The only muscle to link the lumbar spine to the legs, it is a dynamic psoas that massages your vertebrae, viscera and organs with every walking step.

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  • T.E.D. Stockings Help Treat Deep Vein Thrombosis

    T.E.D. stands for ThromboEmbolic Disease. The stockings were invented to prevent it. Your doctor may have prescribed you T.E.D. stockings to help prevent several serious health risks. Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) is one such condition. A deep vein thrombosis is a blood clot (thrombus), which develops in a deep vein, usually in the leg. This condition can occur if the vein is damaged, or if the flow of blood slows down, or stops completely. DVT can cause pain in the leg, and can lead to complications if it breaks off and travels in the bloodstream to the lungs.

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  • Glute Activation

    Do you want to improve your performance as a runner, swimmer or endurance athlete? Then let’s talk about our butts. Improved gluteal (butt) muscles can improve athletic power and prevent injury. Read on if you need to be convinced.

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  • Evelyne's Water Exercises from the Villa Cento Passi

    Evelyne's advise is to be careful in the pool because it is much easier to exercise in water than on land. Use common sense...if it hurts don't do it...and again, ALWAYS clear it with your own surgeon first prior to getting into a pool following surgery.

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  • The Birmingham Bible

    Everything that You Wanted to Know About Birmingham Hip Resurfacing But Forgot To Ask The below was written by an Australian patient in 2001, for years this has been around on the web as written by Author Unknown. I just found out today, June 18, 2005 that the author is also a top Hip Resurfacing surgeon in Australia, David Young.

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  • Stretches for Hip Resurfacing Patients Post op

    Duncan was resurfaced by Dr. Vijay Bose in May 2008. He developed these stretches to help him regain balance and fine muscle control. He completed a sprint triathlon in the U.S. the end of July, just a couple of months after his hip resurfacing and in October he did a 10k in Casablanca in 56 minutes with no problem

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  • PT for Returning to Golf

    For all of you avid golfers out there, here is a great comprehensive PT program put together my one of our own surface hippies that is also a Certified Physical Therapist.

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