Using a device that looks more like a torture rack than a surgical table, surgeons are now able to replace a hip through the front of the pelvis, limiting tissue and muscle damage and leading to faster recovery.
Recovery times cut in half
As people live longer, more active lives, hip replacement surgery is becoming more and more common. Thanks to innovative technology, surgeons are getting people back on their feet doing what they love, faster.
Pat Groves has been a runner for more than 20 years. But the past 10 haven’t been easy.