Category Archives: Getting a Leg Up

A Day in the Life: Gimpy Legs and Burning Candles

It’s late summer already; you still limp and list to one side with your gimpy shorter leg. Recurring bursitis in both hips means neither comfortable, nor restorative sleep. Some days, just pulling your clothing up over your hips causes intense … Continue reading

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A Day in the Life: Getting a Leg Up (part two)

It’s a miracle! Just a week after your Halloween surgery, you are up and walking around without pain. For the first time in three years, you are finally walking normally. The rush you get from taking a walk in the … Continue reading

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A Day in the Life: Getting a Leg Up

Retirement agrees with you, even if your leg doesn’t know it. The pain in your right hip makes you limp, which puts the burden of work on the left leg. The imbalance brings on bursitis in both hips, relieved only … Continue reading

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