What precautions should I follow after anterior hip surgery?
Your doctor will tell you what precautions are appropriate for your case before you are discharged.
Undergoing anterior hip surgery implies fewer complications and restrictions than traditional hip replacements. However, you should take the following preventive measures and avoid:
Like any other surgical procedure, a successful anterior hip surgery depends on several factors besides the surgical approach, such as:
Generally, the precautionary period lasts approximately three months. Each patient recovers at an individual pace and is able to gradually return to the normal activities they performed before the surgery by carefully following the recommendations of their surgeon and physical therapist.
Recovery instructions after anterior hip surgery
Careful precautions and active participation ensure a smooth, successful, and fast recovery.
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