What is Total Hip Replacement

Hip Joint Replacement is surgery to replace all or part of the hip joint with a man-made joint. The artificial joint is called a Prosthesis.

In a total Hip Replacement, also called Total Hip Arthroplasty, both the thigh bone (Femur) and the socket are replaced with implant prostheses. Specifically, a metal stem is inserted into your thighbone. Attached to the neck of the stem is a hip ball, just over an inch in diameter. The Hip Ball fits into a liner. Together, the ball and liner create the new joint. The liner is inserted into a metal shell that in turn is anchored to your pelvis. 

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When to have Total Hip Replacement (THR)

When the hip failed to respond to conservative (non-operative) treatment. You should consider a hip replacement when you have

  • Arthritis confirmed on X-ray.
  • Pain not responding to analgesics or Anti-Inflammatories.
  • Limitations of activities of daily living including your leisure activities, sport or work
  • Pain keeping you awake at night.
  • Stiffness in the hip making mobility difficult.

Benefits of Surgery Include

  • Reduced Hip Pain
  • Increased mobility and movement.
  • Correction of Deformity.
  • Equalization of Leg Length (not guaranteed).
  • Increased Leg Strength
  • Improved quality of life, ability to return to normal activities
  • Enables you to sleep without pain

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