Here are selected sections from Chapter 28 – Getting Back In Step: Sitting, Walking, Driving And Just Being A
A representative section:
“That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.”
Will I Ever Recover? – Everyone heals from total hip replacement surgery at a different rate depending on your age, the condition of your hip and a myriad of other factors. Most patients will be restricted to using a walker or crutches for at least one month after your operation. Most patients will graduate to using a cane when outdoors when walking without assistive support while in your home. Total recovery varies, but usually takes at least three months.
I also discuss:
My First Purchase Was Spouse Insurance
How To Accessorize Your Crutches
Three Criteria To Meet Before Your Drive
And another 19+ helpful topics.
Just how does that leg lifter strap work…
Getting in and out of the car…
Alrighty… that concludes Chapter 28.