Hip Replacement

A full hip replacement surgery is one of the recommended surgeries for patients with severe damage in the hip joint as a result of the infection of the boneless, to the degree of inability to maintain the natural joint anymore in the process of renewing the surface of the hip. In this case, the head of the thigh bone and the joint cavity of the hip joint is replaced by metal and plastic parts designed to restore movement without pain.

Features of hip replacement surgery

Speaking surgery maintains the incursion on the articulated wallet, which is reflected in the speed of rehabilitation and recovery and reduces the risk of hip disruption.
This method helps to avoid muscle and nerve damage, which speeds up rehabilitation and reduces post -process pain.
A smaller and less visible scar (7-10 cm) gives a better look.
The site of the scarring means that it can always be covered with shorts or swimwear.
Our great experience and our high surgeons, with hundreds of complex hip joint replacement operations, give the patient confidence and a sense of safety.
Rehabilitation after the full replacement of the hip

The rehabilitation and symmetry speed change and recovery after the full replacement of the hip, depending on the method of installing the artificial joint in its place. When using bone cement to fix the joint, the body weighs can be loaded almost instantly.

If the artificial joint is not installed with cement, it is necessary to leave 4 to 6 weeks (so that the thigh bone can grow with the artificial joint) before the possibility of using hip to load the entire body weight and walk without using crutches.

How much does the alternative hip joint continue?

In the event that the new hip joint does not undergo an unusual pressure, or it is injured in an accident or is exposed to an athletic injury, the alternative hip joint in the normal position continues to work between fifteen to twenty years.