Jamie A’s Testimonial about his right BHR 5/19/14 with Dr. Rogerson.
Scott Tinley was one of the most prolific triathletes of all time, competing in and winning hundreds of triathlons all over the globe. Scott has been suffering through hip problems for a number of years and recently decided to have his hip resurfaced on Thursday, December 13th in Wisconsin with Dr. Rogerson
The Hip Chronicles Part 1 Monday 12/10I am preparing to have my body cut; to have tools and lights and fingernails and foreign things cross my somatic
I am a 62 year old female Triathlete…well I was, until arthritis of my left hip stopped me running about 2 years ago. I struggled on with anti-inflammatories and an infiltration, and had to content myself with just the swimming and cycling. But even walking became difficult and I had pain at night, so I knew something had to be done.
Before I took early retirement in France, I was an Anaesthetist in the UK, and I had heard about hip resurfacing and the good reputation of Mr Mc Minn and Mr Treacy in Birmingham.
So where to go for … Read the rest
Returning to running was a priority for this BHR patient
Marty F. has been back logging his mileage since 2010 and is still going strong!
“I was your 192nd Hip Resurfacing patient clear across the state, near Sheboygan.
You resurfaced my hip in August of 2007. In April of 2010, I began counting the miles I ran each month. From then until now, I totaled 1,469.05 miles”
Marty F. August 2014
Mark Machlachlan’s Hip Resurfacing with Dr. Rogerson 2011
POST-OP PATIENT TESTIMONIAL: MARK MACHLACHLAN
(LT BHR 10/20/11)
“Hey Dr Rogerson! Hope everything is well up in Madison!
Things are good here. I have been limiting my running to only 6 miles per week and my “bad” hip seems to be holding. I’ve been enjoying competition in shorter races and doing pretty well!
I received the honor of being named USAT (USA triathlon) ALL AMERICAN for 2013! I am going to frame the certificate and send it to you.”
BHR is still going strong, I am now up to 3 post op Ironman finishes, 6 half Ironman’s, Leadville MTB this past summer and with a metal hip RAN a 42 min 10k (which is about a 6:30 mile pace) and a 1:41 half marathon!!
And as I continue my Physical Therapy I get faster and faster. I will say that if I go too hard I get a burning sensation but its hit or miss… so it’s not perfect but find the moment where your clipping off 7 min miles with no pain and you … Read the rest
Neil Richardson Hip Resurfacing with Dr. Engh 2008
I am a 44 year old former college/professional player. I began playing in the street at age 7 in my neighborhood outside of Washington DC, and kept at it until joining an apprenticeship program for the North American Soccer League in 1982. The NASL began to have financial problems and teams began to fold in the early 80s, in two years the league went from 28 teams to 12, and I opted to continue my playing on scholarship at the University of South Florida. After college, I played in a … Read the rest
I’ve done triathlons for the past 20 years. I had a bicycle crash about 20 yrs ago which started my OA on my right hip. I had to stop running about 4 yrs ago and decided to get RBHR this year, 2008. I had my pedal stoke analyzed in March 08 and I was pedaling 60% with my left and 40% with my right.
I first heard about the BHR from Floyd Landis after the tour in 06. I consulted with Scott Tinley quite a bit before opting for Dr. Rogerson to do my BHR.
July 10, 2008… Read the rest
In October 2013, against all odds and at 60 years of age, Rick Rubio surprised himself by placing 28th in his age group in the Ironman World Championship. He managed a personal best time of 12:39.
Just a few short years earlier no one – not even Rick – would have believed this accomplishment could be possible.
STAYING ALIVE, LIVING LIFE
Born in South Bay, San Francisco into a family of addiction, Rubio’s parents and older brother exposed him to drugs and alcohol at an early age. A poor student … Read the rest