I had an anterior hip replacement one year ago performed by a highly reconnended surgeon. My recovery was normal, until about 9 months, but never pain free although low pain. In the past few months, I have been bothered by burning in my thigh near the scar and soreness when I walk regularly upstairs or lift my leg as in marching. I have had some numbness near the scar on the outside of the thigh since surgery but that doesn’t bother me. My surgeon thinks I may still have some swelling which is compressing a nerve near the incision, and that this will improve. My family doctor thinks I have tendinitis. I had been walking up to three miles in a day, and going about almost my normal routine. Has anyone had these issues going beyond the one year mark, and do you have any thoughts beyond watching, waiting, and stopping activities that seem to hurt? Thank you.