The time changes for everyone, depending on age, health conditions before the break, and how bad the break is. On average, the break takes about 1-3 months to fully heal. If the hip has been operated on it usually takes longer to heal than one without operation. That being said, a healthy younger person heals faster and much better than a sick elderly person, even if they were both operated on or not. For the first month it's best not to walk. The following months usually consists of physical therapy, but it depends on your doctor's treatment.
A total hip replacement surgery involves 3 kinds of prosthesis. The first is a cup that is used to replace the hip socket. The next is a ball that replaces the head of the thigh bone and finally, there is a stem that is attached to the thigh bone.
It can take months to recover from joint replacement surgery, so you need to plan for post-operative care as well. You will require some amount of assistance, so make sure there is somebody available to help you. It could be a friend, family member, or even a trained nurse.
Most joint replacement patients (especially hip & knee) have been known to be able to stand up the first-day post-surgery. However, every individual has a different recovery timeline depending on their specific situation. If you follow your doctor’s instructions well, you should be able to recover completely within a few months.
Ranka Hospital, Pune provides treatment and facilities for hip replacement.
After a full hip replacement you will be encouraged to stand and begin walking from day 2 using crutches. On average, patients will be discharged from 7-10 days. Once home, you are encouraged to walk 2-3 times daily together with completeting the daily set of exercises set by physio. Between weeks 1-3 I typically walked about 1 mile for each walk. By week 4 I could walk up to 3 miles and from weeks 4-6 used one crutch only and could walk up stairs unaided. During this time I was doing group physio weekly. By week 6 I could walk without crutches and returned to work. From about the beginning of the third month (week 9) I was using gym equipment, swimming and cycling to strengthen my hip. I am now in my 4th month since the operation. My joint is still stiff compared to the "good" hip anr regularly aches after long periods of exercise. I am advised it will take at least 6 months to regain full strength.
Generally 6-8 weeks. However physical therapy begins very quickly following surgery.
Depends of your organism and how much effort you do after the surgery.
On average can during 2 months.
a few months depending on the person really
how long does it take for a hip hair line fracture to heal and what is the treatment
5 YEARS 5 YEARS
This depends upon the part that is broken. If the acetabulum (the pelvis half of the hip joint) or the head of the femur (the thigh bone half of the hip joint) is broken, the entire leg may have to be immobilized for the break to heal. This may also require orthopedic surgery to stabilize and repair. However, if the iliac crest is broken, this may heal on its own.
The amount of time it takes for a bruised hip to heal depends on the severity of the bruise. Everyone heels differently, so there is set amount of time that it will take for the bruise to heal.
According to my doctor it should take 4 to 6 weeks to get better and that's only if you stay off out completely. I just had mine happen 5 days ago and it's painfull as he'll I can't put any pressure on it as all. It also depends on how big it Is I'm sure good luck
A broken wrist can heal in 4 weeks, but only in younger people. The younger you are the more quickly a fracture will heal. Older people are afraid of falling and breaking a hip or shoulder. Sometimes their body doesn't really recover from the damage and the shock.
take him 2 the vet
Take it to the vet, it needs professional help