My name is Robert Hess and I’m 80 years old and I had a hip problem for 3 or 4 years, suffering and I had a meeting with Dr. Henderson and we decided to perform the surgery. I spent overnight in the hospital after the surgery. Went in at 7:30 in the morning. The next morning they had me up walking around the hospital with a walker and after lunch
Published on Mar 18, 2015
Karen McKinzie experienced hip pain that interfered with her interior design career and daily life for years. Osteoarthritis had caused her hip joint to disintegrate. When she looked into hip replacement, she discovered her local Baylor Medical Center offered an anterior approach. In this innovative procedure, surgeons reach the hip socket through an incision in the front of the hip. Since no major muscles or ligaments are cut, patients experience … Read the Rest
Brenda Brooks had been active all her life. “I loved to bike ride, walk three or four miles a day, and play tennis,” she said. But with excruciating pain in her hips, every move hurt. According to Brenda, “my hips were a mess.” At her local Baylor Scott & White medical center, a surgeon on the medical staff performed a bilateral anterior hip replacement. It was life-changing. “I cannot
Sep 16, 2013 – This video is from a horse show in Sonoma last weekend where after only nine months after you replaced my second hip I was not only back in the show ring but winning! And with NO PAIN!!!!!
Published on Dec 30, 2015
Before Ola Ford was a patient at Piedmont, severe hip pain was greatly limiting her mobility, so much that she sometimes had to use a walker or even a wheel chair. After her total hip replacement, this grandmother and pastor’s wife is able to enjoy the active life she wanted. With the direct anterior approach, she had less pain, less downtime and fewer restrictions than traditional methods.
Doug Bruns relies on mobility to pursue his passions in travel and photography. When increasing hip pain became too much, he was faced with a choice: slow down, or do something about it. That’s when Maine Medical Partners – Orthopedics & Sports Medicine came into the picture. After Dr. Brian McGrory performed minimally-invasive anterolateral hip replacement surgery, Doug was quickly up on his feet, and back to living life. Today, from mountain climbing to biking, … Read the Rest
Published on Dec 17, 2015 Jim two weeks post op surgery.
How you approach hip replacement surgery makes a BIG difference. There is less muscle injury and you are on your feet faster. There is less pain, an overnight hospital stay and no need for physical therapy.
To get started call Dr Michael Messieh at 352-243-6899 or visit www.messieh.com… Read the Rest
Published on Dec 3, 2015
Gary Hagberg received two new hips at once when Dr. Schnaubelt performed anterior hip replacement surgery on him, a procedure that guarantees less pain and faster recovery than traditional hip replacement. Gary felt better within days and is now back to golfing, among other active hobbies, with no hip pain. To learn more about anterior hip replacement, visit
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Published on Feb 15, 2016 Hear what our patients have to say following their Minimally Invasive Muscle Sparing Anterior Hip Replacement!… Read the Rest