Recovery from Hip Replacement 

Precautions to prevent falls, Use of assistive devices and Importance of following the doctor's instructions.


Hip replacement surgery is a life changing procedure for many individuals who have suffered from hip pain and mobility issues.  

Risk of falls after hip replacement surgery: 

Falls are a common occurrence after hip replacement surgery, with the risk of falls being higher in the first three to six months after the procedure.

Precautions to prevent falls:

A physical therapist will provide you with an exercise plan to help you regain your strength and stability. 

Use of assistive devices such as canes and walkers:

Using a cane or walker can provide added support and stability during the recovery process, reducing the risk of falls.

Modifying the home environment to reduce fall risks: 

This can include removing tripping hazards, installing grab bars in the bathroom, and adding non-slip mats in areas.

Importance of following the doctor's instructions:

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It's crucial to follow your doctor's instructions during the recovery from hip replacement, including adhering to your physical therapy.

What is the timeline for recovery after hip replacement surgery? 

The hip replacement surgery recovery time after hip replacement surgery varies from person to person and can depend on factors.

Yes, physical therapy is an essential part of the recovery from hip replacement after hip replacement surgery.

Is physical therapy necessary after hip replacement surgery? 

Paining is a serious part for the recovery from hip replacement. If you experience pain, it's important to talk to your doctor about what you can do to manage it.

Contact details:

Sri Singhvi Health Centre TVH Lumbini Square # 127, Bricklin Road, Purasaiwalkam,

+91 044-2641 6755