Faster Recovery After Joint Replacement

Advancements allow for expedited recovery from joint replacement surgery.

The total hip replacement surgery John B. had 10 years ago changed his life. He now walks without pain and hes back to activities he had curtailed because of severe hip osteoarthritis. But John still remembers the rigors of the procedure. The incision was 10 inches long. He woke up after the surgery woozy from the morphine he received. He spent three days in the hospital followed by a week at a rehabilitation facility.
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