You can do exercises as suggested by Pumpkln or just walking and daily activities of life. I did no physical therapy at all as have many here at BoneSmart and I have had a terrific recovery, no limp and walking 3 miles a day at a fast pace now.Thanks FCBayern for your reply.can alimp go away without exercises ?
I am not sure what approach your surgeon used, but my incision was anterior, or toward the front of my thighs so I used ice directly there, near my groin when I had groin pain, on my quads when they got sore...wherever it hurts.Thanks mojo333, how can I use ice and in which part exactly should I apply?
Just as you would think, let your heel strike first and roll on to your toe. I was called a toe walker as I guess I got into that habit trying to keep the pressure off of my hips for so long.How can I practice heel to toe walking? I really don't know it
Hi @venturmanHi everyone, I had a total hip replacement one year ago, everything went well and I've been doing therapy and now i work out regularly. I still have some stiffness and my walking is not like before.
When i walk i always feel very conscious and i feel a little limping still. Any advice? I don't have pain at all.
To add to Mojo333's advice, this article talks about icing:Thanks mojo333, how can I use ice and in which part exactly should I apply?
This image may help:How can I practice heel to toe walking? I really don't know it