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Top 5 Hip replacement retrieval tips

Why do you stop?  Why you killed your desires?  Just Because When You Move Forward, Your Feet And Lower Parts Prevent You From Moving Forward. As an alike lot of questions coming into your mind that make your life trouble and puzzled …. but don’t worry now…..we have the solution for this severe issue… That Is TOTAL HIP REPLACEMENT.

It is durable to both economically and physically. It is performed by highly experienced surgeons and with Advanced Machines. After Replacement Surgery, You Can Live Your Normal Life as before.

We Recommend You These Important Recovery Tips That Will Help You to Gain Your Health Faster ……….

Before coming to tips. first, you must know about What is Hip Replacement? When you need a Hip replacement Surgery?….

Hip Replacement Surgery is a procedure in which a doctor surgically removes a Painful Hip joint with arthritis and replaces it with an artificial joint often made from metal and plastic components. The procedure should relieve a Painful Hip joint, making walking easier.

The procedure of Hip Replacement is totally painless and observed by highly advanced machines, the main moto of hip replacement is to free you from the unbearable pain of arthritis or other joint related problems.

Never Stop Moving Because We Are Always With You……………

Signs you may need a Hip Replacement:-

  • Hip or groin area pain during or after exercise.
  • Pain that interferes with your daily activities could be a sign of hip arthritis.
  • Unable to hold the weight of your own body.
  • Coming up short time of walking.
  • The one leg test: – when you stand on your one leg, your leg fails to take your body weight.

Following are the recovery tips that for surely help you after hip replacement surgery are……


Doctor Recommend You To Start Walking As Soon As Possible, Even You Are Admitted In The Hospital, You Should Start Walk Slowly, It Is Suitable To Your Replaced Hip Joint.

When You Stand On Your Feet Your New Joint Became Adjust As According To Your Weight, It Also Important To Divide Your Body Weight Equally On Your Both Legs. Walking also keeps the joints limber and improves circulation and the delivery of healing nutrients to your affected joint.

2.  Massage & Physiotherapy:-

Physiotherapy is a supportive therapy that helps to faster recovery after a surgery or operation, it is also called post-operative therapy.

A doctor recommends you to Physio Therapy and massage that helps to cure your hip replacement. Once heavy swelling has reduced, lightly massage the replaced joint to make the muscles stronger, break up scar tissue, and encourage circulation.

A physical therapist provides a post-surgery plan with specific functional movements to help you return to normal function. It’s crucial you adhere to this plan to speed healing. For example, if you’ve had a knee replacement, you might start with exercises that have you bend and extend your knee and progress to riding a stationary bicycle at very low resistance for short periods of time.

3.  Diet:-

A Healthy Diet that includes green vegetables; Lettuce, Sea Food, Corals, consists of valuable nutrients, such As Vitamins C, D and A & Calcium that encourages healing. Vitamin C is a critical component of wound healing. Look for it in Citrus Fruits, Strawberries, And Broccoli. Vitamin A boosts your body’s ability to produce white blood Cells that fight with infection. Source of Vitamin A is Sweet Potatoes and Carrots, as well as Spinach.


Exercise is different than the healing movements prescribed by your doctor and therapist. It might include extra walks or riding an Elliptical Trainer. Adding a physical activity, as long as it doesn’t hurt, can help you heal faster and make muscles stronger.

Always review exercises with your doctor in advance, however, to make sure they’re not contraindicated for your condition. Frequency, duration, and the types of exercise you can do safely evolve as you heal. You may not be ready for all your normal activity and certain exercises for four to six weeks, and in some cases even longer.

You may feel uncomfortable at first, but these exercises will help speed your recovery and actually diminish your postoperative pain.

  • Ankle Pumps. …
  • Ankle Rotations. …
  • Bed-Supported Knee Bends. …
  • Buttock Contractions. …
  • Abduction Exercise. …
  • Quadriceps Set. …
  • Straight Leg Raises. …
  • Stair Climbing and Descending


While you may be eager to push through pain, and some exercise and movement are necessary, balance it with adequate amounts of rest. rest gives your body a chance to repair itself.
do yoga and meditation for a calm mind that holds you positive in every condition, yoga helps you to maintain an inside atmosphere of body and balances chemicals. morning walk of parks or green fields relaxes your brain.



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Meniscus Tear

What is meniscus

Each knee has two crescent shape meniscus or cushion pad one on outerside of knee and another is on inner side. Meniscus act as shock absorbers between femer (thigh bone ) and tibia (leg bone), specially during weight bearing activities such as walking or stair climbing.

How does tear occur

Tear often occurs during twisting or pivoting motion and very common with ligament injury.

Signs and symptoms of meniscus tear

Pain in knee depends on location and size of tear. You will feel pain at the side or center of knee.often walking is not impeded but knee may feel swell and stiff.pain may appear and disappear over a period of years and tear may become larger if left untreated.

Other symptoms include popping or clicking within knee or sudden locking of knee joint.

Is surgery necessary

The size and location of tear determine whether or not the knee is able to heel on its on. Small tear at outer edge tend to heal more easily because there is good blood surgery is necessary for those tear which are large or not able to heal itself

What type of surgery

Today is time to save the meniscus so meniscus tear can be repair and for  those tear which are unrepairable, partial menisectomy is safe procedure

What happened if I will not go for surgery for meniscus tear

If tear left untreated this may cause the knee to develop arthritis so surgery may be necessary to prevent additional damage and to restore knee’s full functional abilities.

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ACL Rehabilition Protocol

Exercises for 1st two Weeks


1. Limb Elevation, Pillow under Heel not under knee


2. hip abductor with or without brace


3. Knee Bending – Heel Slide

4. Partial Weight bearing with Walker with knee full extend


5. Calf Stretching with Towel


 6. static quadriceps

 Exercises for 2nd to 4th week

 All above plus

1. Knee Bending

Active Assisted Knee Flexion


In Prone Position


Wall Slide with tibia vertical


2. Calf Raise



4. Full Weight bearing with Walker with knee extend


Exercise for 4th to 8th week

1. Active SLR all plane



2. Trademill  (speed  4 to 5 km/hr only )


3. Stationary Bike


  4. Swimming


5. Double Leg Press with increasing weight


6.  Hamstring Curls



Exercise for 8th to 12th week

1. walking to jogging


2. Hamstring Curls with increasing weight


3. Unilateral Leg Press with increasing weight


4. Quadriceps strengthening


5. Single leg postural control


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