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    Wink Medical Discussion - re Hip/Knee Replacement

    Oh OK I have used the latex resist. At least I think that what it was made from used it on pieces ceramic.


    Oh how I remember the PT. I take it that with hip you have to be in a home care? I know if I would have had both knees done at once I would have had to go to home care. but we had a nurse come here then out to Luke AFB for my therapy. yep I had 3 hours also. I made it fun and I think I helped others with that way of thinking. I know I had the whole room laughing even by the end I had one sour puss laughing. I even told the guys hey you can cry and yell your head off when they bend that knee. It made my day when I would hear them yell. yes I can be a wise A** at times. but hey it helps people smile I'll keep being that way..
    I wish you the best during this time of pain it well get better .
    Cheers, Jeanette ,
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    Thanks Jeanette,

    Once home I'll get 2x weekly visits from a PT until I'm mobile enough to do outpatient.
    I'll bet you kept them in stitches in PT.
    They say that knees are the most painful as they're essentially an unsupported joint- unlike a hip, which is socketed.
    My issue was the torquing as I fell, so not only was there the fracture, but the muscular damage and trauma to the leg, knee, hip and back.
    This slows down the rehab a bit.
    Oh well, by the time I'm through here, I'll know all of the inner workings.....

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    Oh well, by the time I'm through here, I'll know all of the inner workings.....
    O. M. G. Danvee, pleeeeaaase don't go taking that new hip apart to see what mods you can do to it.
    Last edited by DoubleDAZ; 05-18-2012 at 10:29 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rosalie View Post
    O. M. G. Danvee, pleeeeaaase don't go taking that new hip apart to see what mods you can do to it[/I]
    Now that is the funniest thing I've read in awhile. Very good, rosalie!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rosalie View Post
    O. M. G. Danvee, pleeeeaaase don't go taking that new hip apart to see what mods you can do to it.
    No problem there, rosalie.
    Wayy too messy and wayyyyy too expensive to fix if I mess it up.
    Plus, it's at a very bad angle to work on.......
    Then again, how can one improve on precision machined titanium and teflon?

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    Then again, how can one improve on precision machined titanium and teflon?
    I dunno, but I'm sure you'd think of something!
    Last edited by DoubleDAZ; 05-19-2012 at 07:33 AM.
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    But, again, WAYYY too messy, and that whole "bad working angle" thing....
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    Quote Originally Posted by rosalie View Post
    I dunno, but I'm sure you'd think of something!
    Rosalie,
    Are you thinking the same as I am about taking Danvee's hip apart....? There's a screw loose!
    We all knew that when we logged into this forum and witnessed some of his posts! hehehehe
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    AHA! That's where I've got ya'.

    There are no screws used; only pins and cement!
    This sucker could support over 1000lbs (but I'm in no hurry to test THAT)
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    Haha, well I, for one, hope you have a speedy recovery, danvee. We like having you around these parts
    Out there is a new world! Out there is victory! Out there.... is our DESTINY!
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