Hip labral tear surgery recovery blog posts:
How to prepare for hip surgery
Day 1 after hip labrum surgery
Day 5 after hip labrum surgery
One month update after hip labrum surgery
Six month update after hip labrum surgery
Hip labral tear surgery one year later: is it worth it?
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RobinJuly 21, 2018
I know you wrote these posts awhile back, but I just wanted to say they’ve been so helpful for me. I have a torn hip labrum and will be having surgery this coming week. I’m so nervous about the whole thing from the surgery to the recovery, but reading another person’s experience has been helpfuk
StephanieJuly 22, 2018
Aww, thanks, Robin! Where are you getting your surgery? I was really nervous before the surgery, too, but the recovery wasn’t as bad as I thought it would be. I actually might be getting the second hip done in the fall, so now I’ll have a better idea of what to expect.
Emily SzaboJune 3, 2019
Also super thankful for you blog! I torn my left labrum on active duty army orders and am getting surgery this summer. Reading your blog has made me feel so much better about it.
StephanieJune 3, 2019
Aww, I’m glad! I have to say after 1 year and 2 months it is really feeling a lot better. I think it will always be a little tight, but my back pain is so much less now and I can do some squats and jumps at the gym. Please let me know if you have any other questions, especially right after surgery. And thank you for your service!
Kristin BerverJuly 30, 2020
I am so frustrated. I also experienced horrible pain in my glutes down the back of my leg but instead of doing hip surgery, I have a labral tear in my right hip with hip and impingement the doctor did a piriformis release and also decompresed my sciatic nerve which I’m not having any more pain in my right side but now it’s moved onto my left side from overcompensating. I am going to be scheduling surgery on my right hip very soon. So frustrating because he did not think those issuers were due to my labrum tear as it is very small. Also they did an mri on my left hip and it is clear. Frustrating because he’s the best in Atlanta they say!!