Hip replacement surgeries are required once medical treatment has been deemed ineffective or a disease has progressed to severity. The indications for surgery include severe pain, loss of movements, and the inability to perform activities of daily life. While the surgery can help reduce pain and restore mobility, hip replacement surgery is a major, invasive process and complications may occur. During surgery, nerves in the vicinity of the total joint replacement may be damaged. While this is a rare complication, it is more likely to occur when the surgery involves correction of major joint deformity or lengthening of a shortened ... Read More
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