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KATHY1362015's Photo KATHY1362015 Posts: 53
1/20/20 6:37 A

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I had a hip replacement in July 2015. I was a candidate for the "anterior" replacement. Recovery is so easy and quick with this procedure. No rehab! Within 2 weeks able to do everything except kick to the back and running. Neither of those two rethinks that I do anyway.
Hopefully your procedure went well. More than likely you are doing everything by now.

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I've had both knees and hips replaced. Th hips were the easiest.

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11/6/19 3:04 P

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That depends on you and how quickly you recover.
Good luck with the surgery!

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11/5/19 8:26 A

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I am going to have a total hip replacement in a month and I was wondering if anyone else had one and how long was it before you could exercise? I haven’t been able to work out for almost 2 years.

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