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Archive for June, 2015


Hip Replacement Surgery Tip #4: Prehab – Spin, Baby, Spin

Spin OK, Now For A Little Prehab – Bike Spinning I did bike spinning because it was low impact for my hip. But yes, I still had hip pain. Spinning is quickly becoming one of the most popular ways of burning calories and increasing your cardiovascular health – because it’s fun. Regular spinners have more […]

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Hip Replacement Surgery Tip #38: Just Who Should Be Experienced?

The More You Know… Low Volume Surgery Hospital Can Equal High Volume Personal Risk To the uninformed, all hospital are the same for your hip replacement surgery. You go in, get the replacement, come out and all is well. If you look under the hospital gown a bit you might come to a different conclusion. Jimi […]

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Hip Implants Are Positive For The Young & Old (And Your Orthopod & Hospital)

For individuals who are considering hip replacement surgery, it is usually  a great option. Young, Old, Well… It Just Doesn’t Matter Hip replacement studies revealed that the results for hip implants are positive both for the young and old. There were two studies that showed individuals who are younger that 50, as well as those […]

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Surprisingly, Hip Replacements in Los Angeles: $12,457 to $17,609

The Los Angeles Times reports The average charge nationwide for a major joint replacement operation was $54,239, according to federal figures. Cedars-Sinai Medical Center billed Medicare $123,684, on average, for joint replacement surgeries and got paid $15,650. UC Irvine Medical Center charged less, $104,141, but got reimbursed more — $20,604. A short drive in the Los […]

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At 97, World’s Oldest Yoga Teacher Still Going Strong After Hip Replacement Surgery

At 97, Tao Porchon-Lynch is the world’s oldest yoga teacher. Tao shares her secrets about how she keeps a body of a 30-year-old. “In my head I’m still in my 20s, I don’t feel my age,” says Tao Porchon-Lynch, a French-Indian yogi from the US, who’s a Guinness World Records-certified yoga teacher at 97. She […]

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Hip Replacement Surgery Tip #11: What Are The Odds Of A Medicare Hip Replacement Surgery?

Odds Are – Mostly Predetermined… Read on and you will find that you are going to need some sort of medical procedure as you get older. In fact, about 12 individual per 1,000 Medicare beneficiaries will need a joint replaced. I will repeat that again in just a moment. Keep rolling those dice ladies (and […]

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