Damaging the hardware???

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    • #19369
      WedgeC
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      Truly Hoping there’s no such thing as a dumb question… Aside  from the obvious – pain – in the replaced joint area and perhaps stiffness, how do you k
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    • #19371
      jimmyc
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      No easy answer, because the studies are simply not there yet (please post summations if anyone knows of any). Start all activity slowly, and gradually work up. If no pain gradually increase. I reached my limit at half-marathon, but hundreds of others run ultra’s. Dr. Sheehan once said “we are all an experiment of one”. Never more true than in the world of THR. Good luck.

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      WedgeC
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      Thank you Jimmy! I appreciate the insight! Dr. Sheehan’s advice is never more appropriate!

    • #19386
      ChristopherKelsall
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      Also, I would add that prosthetic is not part of your body, so you cannot feel wear and tear, you will need imaging. In Canada we have first year and second year anniversary, then every other year anniversary imaging. Which reminds me, I gotta go back in. Now if something literally breaks, you will know…..

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