Published on Dec 4, 2013
Watch Dr. Steven Kassman’s minimal incision posterolateral approach for hip replacement. Come see how Dr. Kassman can provide you with the best treatment and care for your orthopedic needs.
After 18 months waiting “in the queue”, Brad was informed that his condition had changed and he’d have to start the process over again. He decided he couldn’t wait any longer; he wanted his previous, mobile and active life back. He visited www.timelymedical.ca and Rick Baker connected him with Dr. Kassman. A total hip replacement was scheduled and surgery was performed within a few months. Four days after the surgery
Tom Glass is as humble in his assessment of his accomplishments as he is when describing the physical toll it took on his body. His partial resume includes more than forty major awards and victories in over 35 years of racing. He was the Calgary Stampede Rangeland Derby Champion in 1983, 1987, 1992, and 1994, the Stampede Aggregate Winner in 1987 and 1998 and the World Champion Chuckwagon Driver in
Retired doctor Stephen Reed, 69 of Wiscasset, completed his 28th consecutive Boston Marathon on Patriot’s Day. Reed had a total hip replacement of his left hip in July. After taking a few months off from running to recover, he was back pounding the pavement training for his favorite race…
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WATERLOO, ON, April 11, 2017 /PRNewswire/ – Intellijoint Surgical® is proud to announce that intellijoint HIP® has now – only one year after commercial launch – been used in over 1,000 total hip replacement procedures in the United States, Canada and Australia. intellijoint HIP® is a novel medical device providing 3D mini-optical navigation for orthopaedic surgeons. The one thousandth case using intellijoint … Read the Rest
…a new study to be presented Thursday, March 16, at the 2017 Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS), found that even patients who live alone can recover effectively and safely at home…
…(The Study) involved 769 patients undergoing primary THR or TKR. Of these, 138 patients lived alone and 631 lived with other people. In both groups, patients age 75 and older were well represented. … Read the Rest
…We identified 63,158 patients who had undergone total hip replacement and 54,276 who had total knee replacement between Jan 1, 1991, and Aug 10, 2011, and followed up these patients to a maximum of 20 years…
…researchers analyzed data from the Clinical Practice Research Datalink on just over 63,000 patients who had undergone a total hip replacement and 54,000 that had total knee replacements. The surgeries took place between January 1, … Read the Rest
Hundreds of thousands of elderly people are needlessly suffering in pain while they wait for hip operations because care is being rationed by the NHS, leading doctors have warned.
Mary shares her story of how she feels after undergoing hip replacement and hip resurfacing and whether or not it has slowed her down at all.
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
Craig was very anxious about getting his left hip replaced and wondered if it would come out as well as Dr. Calton said it would. Watch and see if it did.