When can I start working out after hip labrum surgery?
Your surgeon recommends avoiding active hip flexion (lifting your leg up at the hip) until 2-3 weeks after your surgery.
What exercises can I do after hip labrum surgery?
Examples of Phase III exercises include standing resisted hip external rotation (Figure 6), walking lunges, lunges with trunk rotation, plyometric bounding in the water, resisted sportcord walking forward/backward/sideways, and a progressive exercise ball program for advanced core strengthening.
How long after hip arthroscopy can I workout?
Limit prolonged standing and walking up to four weeks after surgery to avoid hip discomfort. Avoid deep squatting or heavy lifting up to six weeks after surgery.
How long does it take to recover from a hip labral tear surgery?
For some patients, it may take up to six months to make a full hip labrum surgery recovery. However long the process takes for you, your doctor will monitor your progress during hip labral tear surgery recovery and recommend a rehab strategy, including torn labrum hip exercises when appropriate.
Can you Retear your hip labrum after surgery?
A torn labrum can usually be repaired with suture anchors during hip arthroscopy. Once the labrum has been repaired and all bony impingement has been corrected there is a very small chance that the labrum will re-tear.
How long is physical therapy after hip labrum surgery?
Physical therapy after hip labral tear surgery is critical in a patient’s recovery and rehabilitation. You can expect physical therapy to begin in the first few days following your surgery and last up to 12 weeks.
Can physical therapy heal a hip labral tear?
Many are able to treat hip labral pain and other kinds of hip pain through hip labral tear treatment in physical therapy, although sometimes surgery is required. You can seek physical therapy for a hip labral tear, and under the guidance of a physical therapist perform torn hip labrum exercises at home.
How long after hip arthroscopy can I lift weights?
A microfracture procedure warrants weight bearing to be restricted 6 weeks versus 2 weeks. If extra-articular procedures were performed concomitantly with the arthroscopic procedure, including a gluteus medius repair, there will be protection against active hip abduction and passive hip adduction for 6 weeks.
How do I know if my hip labrum has failed?
Failed hip arthroscopy may be defined as persistent postoperative pain and/or stiffness—diagnosed by a combination of decreased joint capacity and global range of motion (ROM)—that does not improve with nonsurgical means .
When can I bike after hip arthroscopy?
As soon as you are comfortable, you will be allowed to use a stationary bike for approximately 20 minutes, twice a day. Gradually increase the time by 5 minutes after 3-4 days until you have reached a maximum of 45 minutes twice a day. No resistance should be added until week 5-6.