Prothesis and inpatient rehab
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Prothesis and inpatient rehab

Information from a patient of FAI (Femoroacetabular impingement) I had right hip FAI removal (CAM type impingement) / labral tear repair surgery on June 14, 2010. One of the most frustrating surgical after effects for the patient, the physical therapist, and the surgeon is the development of a stiff knee following surgery.

I am about two years post-op. It has taken that long fully to heal. But I was impatient and tore into rehab and perhaps I overdid it. Now I can ride a bike and walk.

Prothesis and inpatient rehab

Q Angle10 Metre Walk Test2 Minute Walk Test28-Item General Health Questionnaire4-item Dynamic Gait Index4-Item Pain Intensity Measure (P4)72 year old male TF.


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