If you suffer from severe hip pain due to injury, age, or arthritis, your physician may recommend hip replacement surgery. This surgery has relieved many people’s hip pain and restored their mobility. Before you undergo any major surgery, you need to be informed about what to expect. Prior to your hip replacement surgery, you need…

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Making a smart decision about joint replacement can improve your quality of life by alleviating pain, but you need to know the pros and cons first. Are you trying to decide to have joint replacement surgery? Considering the benefits of this procedure and the potential drawbacks can help you make an informed decision about joint…

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When non-surgical treatments stop relieving your chronic hip pain, or your pain reaches debilitating levels, hip replacement surgery may be the best option to relieve your discomfort, restore your mobility and improve your quality of life. Hip pain is an increasing problem for many seniors in America. After time over-the-counter pain medications can lose their…

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The U.S. News & World Report Best Hospitals for Common Care has rated Arkansas Surgical Hospital “High Performing” in hip and knee replacements. The ratings evaluated more than 4,500 hospitals nationwide and rated them on the following scale: below average, average, or high performers. Only 10% of hospitals reviewed received High Performing ratings. The Best…

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When you need a hip replacement, minimally invasive techniques can be used to reduce your pain, speed your recovery, and minimize your scars. As the U.S. population ages, undergoing hip surgery to address hip pain has become increasingly common. As joints age and osteoarthritis progresses, basic movements become more challenging. A minimally invasive total hip…

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It may be time to speak to a surgeon about total hip replacement surgery if your chronic hip pain is limiting you from enjoying your life. Are you tired of continuous hip pain? If so, then it could be time for total hip replacement surgery—also known as arthroplasty of the hip. Of course, the “right…

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