Signs That It’s Time for Hip Replacement Surgery

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 efficacy and chronic hip pain can quickly escalate—often requiring prescription medications, physical therapy, and the use of canes or walkers to aid mobility. If your pain is severe and debilitating, it is time to do something about it.

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What to Expect During & After Your Total Hip Replacement Surgery

Each year, more than 285,000 people in the United States choose total hip replacement surgery as a viable solution in dealing with debilitating hip pain and mobility issues.

Hip pain and mobility issues affect a growing number of Americans. For some, this condition is caused by an injury or accident, while others experience it due to another health condition such as arthritis or simply as a part of the aging process. When you choose to undergo total hip replacement surgery at Arkansas Surgical Hospital, make sure you are well prepared for what comes before, during, and after the procedure.

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