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About Hip Replacement Surgery

Joint deterioration can affect every aspect of a persons life.

Activities like walking, driving and standing may become challenging, painful and very difficult.

hip implantHip replacement surgery is usually an extremely successful surgical procedure. The first total hip replacement surgery was performed over 40 years ago and has evolved with technological advancements, so that millions of people have hip replacements every year.

This information is for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace the expert guidance of your Orthopaedic Surgeon. Any questions or concerns you may have should be directed towards the Orthopaedic Surgeon looking after you.


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>> Who Needs Hip Replacement Surgery?


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