I will add more details later, but for now a short post as I am officially 2 years post op! Dr. Kelly says everything looks good. I am working out a lot and feeling great! I have added a lot of variety both because I find it fun and because I think it’s probably good … Continue reading 2 Years Post Op!
1 year post op from my 2nd and 3rd labral tear + FAI surgeries – running more and feeling good! Continue reading Labral Tear/FAI – 1 year post op!
Jan 6-April 6, 2017 These few months have sort of been my ramp up stage of the post hip surgery saga, and I’ve been feeling great! I went from running 1 mile at 9:40 pace in early January to running 7 miles at 8:00 pace in early April – a pretty solid progression! (and that is … Continue reading Labral Tear Post Op – months 6,7,8 – big running improvements
How long will I be on crutches after surgery? Really varies depending on your age, strength, severity of tear, etc. and should be determined day by day by your PT. When I had the surgeries in 2016, I was 26 years old and had done some pre op PT – my hip area strength was … Continue reading Labral Tear Surgery FAQs
Nov 18, 2016-Jan 5, 2017 – LEFT hip (was Oct 13-Nov 30 on RIGHT hip) What a difference a few months makes. Surgery seems like a distant memory – I’m generally feeling pretty back to normal. Just a few (relatively small) exceptions: Minimal and slow running (and being super out of shape in general!) – but … Continue reading Labral Tear Post Op – Months 4 & 5 – back to ~normal
Oct 28-Nov 17, 2016 – LEFT hip (was Sept 22-Oct 12 on RIGHT hip) After the joint pain I had after my first run, Jeremy said I should go down to 2 x 2 min treadmill runs about twice a week (instead of the 3 x 2 min I did on the first run). Despite my … Continue reading Labral Tear Post Op – Weeks 14-16
Oct 21-27, 2016 – LEFT hip (was Sept 15-21 on RIGHT hip) Big week – first run since surgery (!!!!) and 3 month post op appointment. But first, the tests to get there… At PT I was able to do the step down test on BOTH sides! (although with great difficulty and a lot of effort…like made … Continue reading Post Op – Week 13 – first run!