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Hip replacement

Posted by @popolopo, May 24, 2016

Had left hip done last June and still having leg pain. Taking gabapentin ,Robacet,rarely tramacet,warm and cold packs but improvement is very slow. I walk ok but with a small limp. X-rays show nothing wrong. Anyone else having a slow recovery?

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@popolopo May I ask if you are participating in Physical Therapy? I am a very slow healer but it is because my anti inflammatory response system is a little messed up from a tumor in the adrenal gland. I am rehabbing an injury to my right shoulder from an injury over a year ago. Torn pec minor and impingement. Very frustrating at times but I celebrate the small victories.

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@popolopo May I ask if you are participating in Physical Therapy? I am a very slow healer but it is because my anti inflammatory response system is a little messed up from a tumor in the adrenal gland. I am rehabbing an injury to my right shoulder from an injury over a year ago. Torn pec minor and impingement. Very frustrating at times but I celebrate the small victories.

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I have massages every month and go to Aqua exercises two or three times a week,tried Bowen therapy but it was useless.i try to walk every day for about 30 minutes.

@dawn_giacabazi

@popolopo May I ask if you are participating in Physical Therapy? I am a very slow healer but it is because my anti inflammatory response system is a little messed up from a tumor in the adrenal gland. I am rehabbing an injury to my right shoulder from an injury over a year ago. Torn pec minor and impingement. Very frustrating at times but I celebrate the small victories.

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How frustrating for you. 🙁
I have been doing physical therapy & manual therapy 3 days a week for 8 months, I had reaction to the cortisone injections so I can not have any more. I am finally seeing results but it is day to day .

I did, and after about two years, they looked at my back. Turns out my
problems were due to lumbar stenosis. Best wishes!

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