James Kee.

James Kee.

FOR THE PAST SIX YEARS I HAVE HAD PAIN IN MY RIGHT HIP. IT STARTED AS A SLIGHT PAIN.THE X-RAYS INDICATED IT WAS “PASSIVE ARTHRITIS” AND THERE WAS NOTHING THAT COULD BE DONE.
IN THE PAST YEAR THE PAIN REALLY GOT BAD. MY PRIMARY CARE DOCTOR SUGGESTED I VISIT DR.TOMAN.
FIRST WE TRIED A NEEDLE AND THERAPY. THE NEEDLE WORKED FOR ONE WEEK, WENT TO THERAPY FOR THREE WEEKS IT WASN’T HELPING.
DR TOMAN TOLD ME ABOUT ARTHROSCOPIC HIP SURGERY. IT’S DONE AS AN OUTPATIENT PROCEDURE.
I HAD THIS SURGERY DONE SIX WEEKS AGO,I WENT TO THERAPY TWICE A WEEK FOR THREE WEEKS.
HOW CAN YOU MEASURE PAIN? WELL THE PAIN BEFORE THE SURGERY WAS 100% NOW IT’S 30% AND DROPPING.
THANKS DOCTOR TOMAN