1. SG1234
  2. Rehabilitation Following Hip Fracture Surgery
  3. Wednesday, 27 April 2011
1 yr after hip fracture the surgical pins were removed. The pain asssociated with the pins went away. The groin pain has persisted. Is there anything that can be done to releave the .Walking is difficult because of the pain. Hip movement is difficult as in dancing. low back pain is present as a result of limping. Any suggestions Please.. Surgeon has no suggestion other than a hip replacement which is not warranted at this time.
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Hello, there are number of related symptoms and signs of low back pain & limping such as joint pain, weakness, Muscle pain & weakness etc.The high quality low cost hip replacement surgery generally a best option which is used to treat a hip fracture is primarily based on the bones and soft tissues affected or on the level of the fracture.

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