Hip, hip, hooray!
Surprisingly, when it comes to joint issues, women are often the most hesitant to seek help. They may delay having hip and knee replacements because of caregiving responsibilities or possible concerns about the poor outcomes of such procedures.
This seems to be the case even though data increasingly shows that hip and knee replacements are generally highly successful and give many patients improved mobility and relief from pain.
Tim Wilton, NJR Medical Director, has written this helpful piece about hip replacement for women, for the October edition of The Lady magazine.
You can read the full article below or click here to download.The-Lady-October-2023-issue