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Since his left BHR hip resurfacing procedure Ron has not skipped a beat!
Scuba diving, tai chi, road biking, and downhill skiing are all activities that he is back out enjoying pain-free.
“Since undertaking my hip resurfacing surgery, I have participated in more than 200 scuba dives in all kinds of conditions and locations, and attained a PADI Divemaster rating through extensive training and testing.
I have ridden my road bicycle thousands of miles, and completed 100 kilometer and 100 mile rides for charities. I do tai chi, and just returned from a downhill skiing vacation at Grand Targhee in … Read the rest
September 24, 2015
I just wanted to check in and show my recent yoga photo. I’ve come so far in the past two years and most can’t believe I am a bilateral hip patient. I recently completed my 200 hour yoga teacher certification. My ROM and flexibility is really great and is getting better every day. I see constant improvement!! In this photo I am hopeful one day the hands will grasp the foot….just need a little more openness in the hips and to lengthen the psoas a bit more.
So glad to have my life back!! Getting my hips … Read the rest
My surgery date with Dr. Amstutz was 8/29/06.
I had been in considerable pain for four years
before the surgery, but thought it was do to
spinal stenosis. I saw Dr. Amstutz after Kaiser
diagnosed my right hip to be bone on bone
osteoarthritis and would need a replacement and
of course, to wait as long as possible. I met
Calvin Jung , an Amstutz bilateral through a
mutual friend and the hip resurfacing seemed the
way to go.
I had a great experience with the surgery.
Dr. Amstutz and this was, I might add, the first
time I have … Read the rest
Published on Feb 2, 2016 Here is a training pattern I put together for the new Century Versys VS Bob.
Published on Feb 24, 2015
Two weeks before my 40th birthday I was diagnosed with severe arthritis in both of my hips. The apparent cause of my arthritis was femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) coupled with almost 30 years of martial arts training. At the time I knew about the limitations of traditional hip replacements, especially for someone as young as myself, and I was devastated to say the least. The thought of never being able to train again (at least not … Read the rest
Eric B. wanted to return to power lifting and Brazilian Jiujitsu post-op and knew total hip replacement was not the best option for him
Six months following his left BHR he was back in the gym performing “clean and jerks” with good form. He has returned to Brazilian Jiujitsu at Twisted Fitness as well!
“Dr. Rogerson raises the bar for physicians and surgeons. As a RN I’d be happy to work with the likes of Dr. Rogerson and his team. As a patient, I’m grateful for his expertise and the expertise of his entire team.”
Eric the afternoon … Read the rest