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Discussion in 'Hip Replacement Recovery Area' started by jonni8, Aug 12, 2019.
Plenty of time later on if you feel they are helpful.
No to the clamshells!
Hello, thanks for the update!
You're doing well at seven weeks. Making progress for sure.
Take it slow and easy with the exercises and enjoy the weekend!
Hi I am on my way to completing my 10th week post op. I have been to three (3) PT sessions. I have 9 exercises. One of the exercises is a forward movement of the operated leg in a resistance band (green). Hip Flexion w/tubing-knee bent. I had to quit performing that exercise as it really hurt my groin and I have been recovering for two days. Getting in and out of my car really hurts my groin as well. I have also noticed that on my operated leg my foot supinates during the night and rest times. When I try to get up I am soooo stuff and sore until I walk it off. I hope that this is not my future.
Does anyone have any solutions regarding the supination (foot rolls outward) as to how I can correct this thus less pain? Thank you and good to share with those who care.
Here is an article in our library with some great exercises
I didn't like resistance exercises for my new hips...bands and tubes and weights were more than I needed for early months.
I did better with just walking.