Revision Hip Replacement: Restoring Mobility and Stability

If you have undergone hip replacement surgery in the past and are experiencing pain, instability, infection, or other issues, revision total hip replacement may be recommended to restore mobility and stability.


During revision hip replacement surgery, the prosthetic joint from the previous surgery is removed and replaced with a new prosthetic joint. The new joint may be cemented or uncemented depending on your individual needs and circumstances.

At Mahi Clinic, Dr. Vijay discusses in detail the procedure and the prosthesis used. Prosthesis is made up of metal or ceramic components and a highly cross-linked plastic. With proper care and rehabilitation, most patients are able to return to their normal activities within a few months after surgery.

Don't let pain and instability in your hip keep you away from living your life to the fullest. Contact Mahi Clinic to schedule a consultation and learn more about how revision hip replacement surgery can help restore mobility and stability in your hip.

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    Dr. Vijay Kumar Sohanlal
    Orthopedic surgeon
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