hip surgery recovery for the high avg. bowler

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hip surgery recovery for the high avg. bowler

Post by kencarcich » January 19th, 2019, 10:50 pm

I am recovering from full hip replacement. [on my slide side] My avg. was 215+. Does anyone have a friend who worked thru this???

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Re: hip surgery recovery for the high avg. bowler

Post by EricHartwell » January 20th, 2019, 8:04 pm

Welcome to BowlingChat

My Father went through hip replacement, both hips. While he is not a bowler his recovery was for golf.
His game is back to where he was plus some pre-surgery/injury. It took some time and diligent effort to get it back. I took 2 years of rehab and playing/practicing several times a week. He has continued to improve his game even further by sticking to his exercise/practice regiment he followed during his rehab.
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Re: hip surgery recovery for the high avg. bowler

Post by kajmk » January 20th, 2019, 9:30 pm

I found a related thread. You might try reaching out to some of the folks that have gone thru this.

https://www.ballreviews.com/miscellaneo ... placement-!!!/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

Best wishes for complete recovery and return to form and the patience and discipline it takes to do so.
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