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The average cost of hip replacement surgery is $30,124 as of 2015, according to PT in Motion. The cost varies widely by region, with average costs ranging from $11,327 in Birmingham, Alabama to $73,987 in Boston.

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As of January 2015, the average cost of a total hip replacement is $30,124, according to Blue Cross Blue Shield. The association bases the mean on prices that range from $11,327 in Birmingham, Alabama, to $73,987 in Bost...

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Hip replacement surgery may be required when treatments such as medication, exercise, canes and other aids for walking do not work, according to the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases. ...

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The recovery period after hip replacement surgery varies from one patient to the next, but the average short-term recovery period is four to six months, as Orthogate explains. Most patients can resume normal activities w...

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A patient who undergoes hip replacement surgery is placed on IV pain medicine while under general anesthesia, explains WebMD. Pain experienced upon waking can be further adjusted if necessary.

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According to Arthritis Research UK, there are two major types of hip replacement surgery: the total hip replacement and the metal-on-metal hip resurfacing. The former is done using metal, plastic (polyethylene) or cerami...

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Negative claims about hip replacement surgery include heterotopic ossification, joint dislocation, leg length differential, blood clots and nerve injury. Other issues include infection, loosening of artificial joint part...

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