Driving After Joint Replacement

You can start driving again once you meet a few criteria.

After having joint replacement surgery, many people want to know, when can I start driving again? They don’t want to rely on family and friends to drive them around for too long. Getting back to driving is a priority. “Most people should be ready to start driving again by six weeks after surgery,” says Philip […]
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