Total hip replacement is a surgical procedure that involves replacing a damaged hip joint with an artificial joint. After undergoing total hip replacement surgery, patients are advised to perform specific exercises during the early stages of their recovery, which is typically the first 4 weeks. These exercises are designed to help patients regain strength and mobility in the affected hip joint and surrounding muscles, as well as reduce pain and inflammation.
Exercises after hip replacement surgery:
- Ankle Pumps
- Glute Sets
- Quad Sets
- Hip Abduction
- Heel Slides
- Short Arc Quads
- Buttock Stretch
- Seated Long Arc Quads
- Standing Hip Flexion
- Mini Squats
- Calf Raises
- Hamstring Stretch
- Knee Glide
Benefits of doing exercises after surgery:
- Improve range of motion
- Strengthening muscles
- Faster recovery
- Reduce pain
- Better quality of life
Exercises after hip replacement surgery with the O’Coach app:
Total hip replacement surgery can greatly improve a patient’s quality of life by reducing pain and improving mobility. So do some exercises with the O’Coach app which can help to improve range of motion, reduce pain, etc.
O’Coach custom workout app helps us manage and perform your daily workouts. Especially for people with desk jobs, it makes it easy for them to fit basic exercises into their routine schedule.
Download the 100% free O’Coach custom workout app to perform your daily 2-5 mins workout with the O’Coach app.
- You can also create your own custom workout routine according to your need and preferences.
- You can add reminder schedules for your exercises based on your convenience and requirements.
- You can create a small community with your friends and supporting family members to keep you motivated and ensure progress.