Total hip replacement surgery can be done through a minimally invasive technique. The advantages of this type of surgery compared to traditional techniques are: less damage to muscles, reduced pain and faster post-operative recovery.
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Is Minimally Invasive Total Hip Replacement suitable for older patients?
Yes, it is suitable for most types of patients with the possible exception of people who are obese or very muscular.
Is it safe to get up on your feet so quickly after surgery?
Yes, it is a good idea to mobilise as soon as possible after surgery under supervision of a doctor or of a physiotherapist.
How long will my new hip implant last?
On average, a hip replacement lasts around 15-20 years. It is no different with minimally invasive hip replacements as it is just the type of surgery that differs, rather than the implant itself.
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