Hip Replacement Exercises Leaflet (Printable PDF)

Hip Replacement Exercises Leaflet (Printable PDF)

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Improve post-operative hip strength, mobility and blood flow with these strengthening exercises.
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This patient education leaflet has been medically reviewed by Sian Bowen (M. Ost, PG Cert AO), Osteopath.

This Hip Replacement Strengthening Exercises downloadable leaflet has been designed by our professional medical illustrators, making it exclusive to AnatomyStuff.

Created to help patients recovering from total or partial hip replacements return to their daily activities by improving strength, mobility and blood flow.

This printable leaflet shows 5 exercises suitable for post-operative hip replacement patients, how to correctly perform them, the recommended amount of repetitions and how often they should be carried out. Exercises include ankle pumps, quadriceps sets, gluteal sets, heel slides and abduction exercises.

These recommended exercises aim to prevent or reduce potential complications such as blood clots, chest infections, pressure sores, bleeding at the wound site, wound infections (sepsis) and very painful or limited mobility.

Available as a digital download this PDF can be viewed on multiple devices or printed out on a standard A4 printer.

As a bonus, you can download a weekly exercise tracker and monthly exercise tracker FOR FREE to track your progress.

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