Wow, so you just had the procedure last week? How do you feel? Do you work? If so, when do you plan on going back? How much are you out of bed? How are you getting around? Who has taken care of you? How is sleeping? Are you still on pain killers? And I'm sure I have more questions!!
----- Original Message ----
From: Vickie <whozethere@gmail.
Sent: Wednesday, January 23, 2008 3:31:38 PM
Subject: Re: [surfacehippy] Re: Anterior Incision
If you go to Pat's site, there is information on these approaches.
The outside incision looks the same regardless of the approach. In
the US, some doctors use anterior. My doctor did tell me that he used
anterior and from what I compare with other patient's recovery, I am
doing very well.
On 1/23/08, Ray Dobbs <alburta@yahoo. com> wrote:
> I am off to Nashville Friday (25 Jan 08) to hook up with Dr Shinar of
> Vanderbilt University - goal - BHR.
> I have talked with several different operating nurses about the
> placement of the incision. To a person, they all say the idea is fine
> - go in from the front - rather that the side (back). These real time
> troops all say that it is difficult to see what one is doing - from
> that direction. The theory of not cutting muscle during the operation
> is great - but not being done in BHR. Now the THR folks all speak
> well of the procedure - IE not cutting muscle during the operation.
> I have read many posts on many boards - and the literature appears
> silent on the efficacy of the front approach.
> Cheers, Ray N4RQN
> --- In surfacehippy@ yahoogroups. com, "grexygyrl" <grexygyrl@. ..> wrote:
> > I'm looking for anyone who has had an ANTERIOR INCISION. I'm
> > interested in your recovery experience!
Be a better friend, newshound, and
know-it-all with Yahoo! Mobile. Try it now. http://mobile.
[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
Earn your degree in as few as 2 years - Advance your career with an AS, BS, MS degree - College-Finder.net.