Why would an Uncemented Fixation be chosen for a Total Hip Replacement?
Why would an Uncemented Fixation be chosen for a Total Hip Replacement? Total hip replacement (THR) is one of the most successful and cost-effective of surgical procedures with the primary goals of pain relief and restoration of function. When a client opts to have...
Why Would a Dynamic Hip Screw (DHS) Be Chosen Over a Total Hip Replacement After a Hip Fracture?
Why would a dynamic hip screw be chosen over a hip replacement after fracture? What is a fractured neck of femur? The femur (thigh bone) is one of the largest and strongest bones in the body. A fractured neck of femur is when the top part of the bone is broken. This...
Total Knee Replacements – What are the outcomes like?
We recently attended a Knee convention in London organised by some of the country’s top private orthopaedic knee surgeons. Amongst one of the things covered, was the latest research indicating patient satisfaction levels post-surgery. The surgeons highlighted the...
Why hip replacement patients are told to be less cautious
Waltham Forest Business Network’s Jo Sealy meets two physios who feel at home (Page 11)
The 10 year Myth of Total Knee Replacements
If you or somebody you know is coming up to having a Total Knee Replacement (TKR), you will have more than likely heard about the 10 year TKR Myth. It isn’t actually known where the 10 year myth originated from, or no-one is willing to own up to it anymore! The 10...
Acetabular labrum surgery of the hip
What is the hip acetabular labrum? The acetabular labrum is a cartilaginous ring encircling the opening of the acetabulum, the socket-like cavity in the pelvis into which the head of the femur bone inserts to form the hip joint. Also known as the glenoid labrum of the...
Why do all these health professionals keep going on about the glutes?
If you have seen a physiotherapist for knee, hip, lower back, or maybe even neck issues, you would have probably done some work on strengthening your glutes before, so why is it that this muscle group often needs work? And why is this important in Total Knee...
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