Blog - Church Home LifeSpring - Georgia Short Term Physical Rehabilitation

    Glenn Smith 14 Nov

    Hip Replacement Rehabilitation

    4 Home Exercises for Hip Replacement Rehabilitation

    As most people age, their bones become more brittle and a certain amount of a stability is lost in day to day life. This issue is even more pronounced in women who are highly prone to osteoporosis. The weakening of the bones means that even the smallest misstep could possibly end in a hip replacement and months of slow and careful recovery. While rest is an important part of your healing […]

    Continue Reading
    Glenn Smith 26 Oct

    Hip Replacement Rehabilitation

    Why You Should Go Ahead with Hip Replacement Surgery

    If you're a senior, you surely remember when hip surgery was a dangerous proposition and involved a high likelihood of a long recovery. What you may not be aware of is just how much things have changed in this area of medicine. Now, the long incisions and high risks of infection are over, the amount of pain involved is significantly lower, and the recovery time is far faster. For these […]

    Continue Reading
    Glenn Smith 30 Sep

    Hip Replacement Rehabilitation

    10 Tips for Hip Replacement Recovery for Seniors

    Successful recovery from hip replacement surgery hinges upon a comprehensive recovery strategy. A proactive approach to the recovery process is especially the case for seniors, as they are particularly susceptible to infections and complications. Below are ten tips to facilitate hip replacement recovery for seniors.  1) Outline a recovery strategy before surgery. Do not wait until after your […]

    Continue Reading
    Glenn Smith 15 Sep

    Hip Replacement Rehabilitation

    Hip Replacement Recovery for Seniors – What to Know

    As we age, some like to say they also "fall apart." Though some things may not work as they did when in our twenties, we are not just falling apart. Deterioration from a life well lived is how we need to view it. Most seniors have experienced aches and pains as time moves forward. For many, hip pain is what ails us and the solution comes down to a full hip replacement. Of course, no one […]

    Continue Reading
    Glenn Smith 11 May

    Hip Replacement Rehabilitation

    Hip Replacement rehab tips - 60 & older

    A Few Hip Replacement Rehab Tips if you are Over 60 Hip replacement surgery is one of the most invasive medical procedures in the medical world. Post procedure pain and limited mobility are to be expected. The good news for hip replacement patients is that a good rehabilitation regimen will increase their quality of life dramatically. An experienced and caring rehabilitation team will work […]

    Continue Reading