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Archive for July, 2015


Hip Replacement Surgery Tip #54 Just What Are The 10 Commandments To Know Before Hip Replacement Surgery?

Much like any other life event that presents a challenge to overcome, hip replacement surgery has its own set of rules. Thou shalt regard the phrase, ‘Hip Replacement Surgery,’ as only a phrase and not a meaning of shame. Thou shalt realize that you will get hip pain and that hip pain will not get […]

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Hip Replacement Surgery Tip #15: Scarred For Life? How To Easily Explain Your Hip Replacement Surgery Scar

Most people don’t like walking around with a scar. But for some, it is a mark of honor and accomplishment. But, if you are asked to explain, here are a few ways to discuss your badge of honor: 1) How To Share Your Hip Replacement With Friends, And Even Those You Barely Know ( The […]

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Hip Replacement Surgery Tip #29: 12 Potential Post Beach Walking / Hiking Symptoms That Indicate You Might Require A Hip Replacement

Are You A Hiker or a Beach Walker? Do You Sometimes Have Hip Pain?  So… maybe you are like me. Below you will find “12 Potential Post Beach Walking / Hiking Symptoms That Indicate You Might Require A Hip Replacement.” Before Hiking Or Long Walks On The Beach, There Was Running: I have been active all […]

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Hip Replacement Surgery Tip #30: 12 Potential Post-Hiking Symptoms That Indicate You Might Require A Hip Replacement

Are You A Hiker or a Walker? Do You Sometimes Have Hip Pain?  So… maybe you are like me. Below you will find “12 Potential Post-Hiking Symptoms That Indicate You Might Require A Hip Replacement.” Before Hiking, There Was Running: I have been active all my life. Worked-out, ran, played recreational team sports from high school, […]

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Hip Replacement Surgery Tip #53: I Thought They Were Going To Knock Me Out, Instead I Got Something From A Movie… ‘Spinal Tap’

I thought I would be wheeled into the operating suite, get gassed with anesthesia, then have my hip replacement. Well, it is a bit more complicated. You’ve Got Some Nerve – Hmm, I always thought Spinal Tap was just a movie. Apparently there are two common ways to receive anesthesia for surgery; General, where they […]

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Hip Replacement Surgery Tip #29: Marijuana – A Smokeless Alternative For Pain Management?

Alrighty, time for a little disclosure. I am in Washington state where marijuana is legal and I am not a ‘druggie.’ I want to share with you how to use marijuana as a smokeless alternative for pain management. Before I talk about how I used marijuana cream, not smoke, let me share with you what […]

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Hip Replacement Surgery Tip #63: The Sophie’s Choice Of Hip Replacement Recovery: Constipation or Post Surgery Pain

Nobody likes to talk about this… but I will. But first, let me grab a sip (“Hey, bartender, make mine a double!”) of this delicious prune juice. Your New Significant Other – Quite a few people think the post-surgery pain is your most significant hurdle after a hip replacement. Take pain meds and you have […]

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Hip Replacement Surgery Tip #64: What If Dr. Seuss Wrote About A Hip Replacement – One Hip, Two Hip, Broke Hip, Fixed Hip

One Hip, Two Hip, Broke Hip, Fixed Hip Theodor Seuss Geisel was born in 1904 and passed away in 1991, but his books and style, live on. He sold over 600 million copies of his children’s books by the time of his death. I read most of his books to my daughter. She especially liked ‘One […]

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