@goblue61 I didn't do any PT. They said just walking, like everyone on this forum says. I'm ready to do more now though. I didn't have the 90 degree restriction but I still need to find out a safe way to get off the floor. I read a description that said get on your hands and knees, use your hands pushing the floor to help straighten your legs and then straighten up, at least I think that's what it described. I think I could do that but want to wait until my boyfriend or someone is here to help me if I need it. That wouldn't work if you have a 90 degree restriction. I found some videos on YouTube but nothing specific for hip replacement. @Layla The Total gym is a great tool - there's a lot of stuff on YouTube for it including hip replacement rehab, plus it comes with some DVDs. I found a belt for the inversion table that puts the weight on the top of your hips so it would be safe for THR. I'm not going to get it right away but might later. My chiro said he could just use the activator on me and he has patients with hip replacements. I have some scoliosis and my sacroiliac tends to get cockeyed so I kind of need the chiro. I messed up my back falling off horses when I was a teenager.