Knee Replacement – Patient Testimonial
Dr Jason Lowry talks about Anterior Hip Replacement on Good Morning Texas
Kimberly Brown – Anterior Approach Hip Replacement Success Story
˜I’m ready to dance!’ – Kimberly Brown – anterior approach hip replacement success story
Since beating breast cancer, strong-willed Kimberly Brown, 44, has been determined to live life to its fullest. But until recently, hip pain barred the mother of two from enjoying even simple pleasures, like climbing bleacher steps to see her children compete in athletics or standing to fix her daughter’s hair for prom night.
Charlton Nwaefulu – Sports Injury Success Story
“Honestly, I just really appreciate walking again,” says 18-year-old Charlton Nwaefulu, as he recounts his journey since that painful day in November when he fractured his femur playing pickup football with friends.
Attempting to run a play, he tripped over a friend’s leg and fell to the concrete.
Kobey Juergens – Partial Knee Replacement Success Story
A joint effort – How Kobey Juergens and the Methodist Joint Academy made a partial knee replacement a walk in the park
“I told my wife it was like we were on vacation at the hospital.”
This happy revelation comes from Kobey Juergens, a 44-year-old Arlington resident and father of two, as he describes what it was like for him at Methodist Mansfield Medical Center post partial knee replacement surgery.
Charna Watts – Anterior Approach Hip Replacement Success Story
Back in the saddle – Charna Watts, anterior approach hip replacement success story
Charna Watts was convinced she had only two options for handling her agonizing hip pain.
The first was continuing a marginally successful regimen of chiropractic treatments, steroid injections, nutritional supplements, and decreased activity.
Gerald Brown – Hip Replacement Success Story
Sidelined by hip pain, coach Gerald Brown called for the anterior approach
A dull ache. Soreness in the hips that worsened at bedtime. Sleepless nights. These were the symptoms that gradually intensified over 2Â½ years and eventually led Gerald Brown, 56, to hip replacement surgery.
The pain became so unbearable two months before his surgery that Gerald, then a high school football coach in Colleyville, began coaching games on crutches.