A year ago, I was going to undergo a major surgery that would help my mobility and eventually my life, I had a total hip replacement surgery. Last year in March, I was starting to experience a significant hip pain which would make me miss classes and only rest to go to work to pay bills. I had no choice but to start taking pain killers again and in April, I sought out medical help and found out that I had an advance case of arthritis and was in dire need of a surgery.
I had been born with hip dysplasia with my right hip slightly off my socket but it was the arthritis that made me a young candidate for surgery. I was scared after receiving the news about my hip but had no choice but to go on with the surgery. My doctor even gave me a whole month to prepare until I took the initiative to go forth with the decision.
My surgery was the best thing that has ever happened in my life. My hip doesn’t hurt anymore, I no longer limp when I walk especially when tired. I can climb stairs again which I hadn’t done since the longest, I can shave my legs with ease now, run a little though it’s ill advised, and even tie my shoe laces. The only pain that I have to deal with still is my sciatica aside from that, I am in a much better state than I was before.
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Great exercise to challenge rotational stability while working on running form. The emphasis here should be to bring the iliac crest and ipsilateral rib cage together on the swing side on both the forward and backward motions. This encourages gluteus activity on the stance side. The rotational resistance adds a unique element to challemge the triplanar motion. Try it out!