Total Hip Replacement In-Clinic Therapy

Following your hip replacement surgery, your physical therapist will perform a thorough evaluation on the first day to assess where you are in the healing process after surgery. The physical therapist will create a plan of care to address your specific deficits and limitations while maintaining your surgical precautions until cleared by your surgeon.

Anna’s Total Hip Replacement


We met Anna during the pandemic when her left hip started hurting as she was battling osteoarthritis. After a good successful round of PT and a solid HEP, Anna Koropchak’s left hip continued to progress which required her to stop some favorite activities like hiking. After returning to her surgeon and planning a left hip total hip arthroplasty,

Total Hip Replacement

Total hip arthroplasty, or total hip replacement, is an elective surgical intervention that involves removing the damaged femoral head and cartilage of the acetabulum and replacing it with prosthetic components. This surgical intervention is indicated for patients battling hip pain associated with severe arthritis, osteonecrosis, or problems related to fractures of the hip.

Carilu’s Total Hip Replacement

Carilu Robinson’s successful physical therapy rehab from a Total Hip Replacement.  Carilu was a competitive gymnast when she was younger. She believes all the competitions she was in, coupled with breast cancer & chemo later helped deteriorate her hip.  Carilu’s physical activities had really slowed down from the constant pain. After 18 months of hip pain,

After Hip Replacement Surgery Do’s and Dont’s

After having a hip replacement, you may expect your lifestyle to be a lot like how it was before surgery—but without the pain. In many ways, you are right, but returning to your everyday activities will take time. Being an active participant in the healing process can help you get there sooner and ensure a more successful outcome.Even though you will be able to resume most activities,

4 Things to Consider Before Total Hip Replacement

Total Hip Replacement can be a life-changing option for patients suffering with the pain and disability associated with end-stage osteoarthritis. By the year 2030, over 500,000 hip replacements are expected to be performed annually. Many patients experience anxiety about the idea of having a hip replacement. Fortunately, the rates of complications are very low and the rates of successful outcomes are very high.