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Mary V. Dotzauer

When the arthritis in my knees finally stopped me from travelling, playing golf, and enjoying life I decided to take action. I called HSS and was referred to Dr. Mayman for a minimally invasive knee replacement. I had my left knee done in Jan '12 and it went so well...

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Brant Reiter

Had my left hip replaced July 2013 (chronic osteoarthritis), and my right knee (an old injury) replaced in December 2013. In April 2014, less than 4 months after having the knee done, I was able to manage a rigorous 1-hour hike down a steep mountain trail to one of my favorite spots in the...

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Lois Nesbitt

Lois Nesbitt

As a yoga teacher with an acrobatic practice, I came to HSS with osteoarthritis in my right hip that was so severe I was limping, crawling up stairs, and watching my yoga repertoire diminish daily. All of the doctors concluded that a total hip replacement was my only option. Not knowing...

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Stephanie Gray

About a year and a half ago, I was having trouble with my left knee. It had been replaced in my late forties and had served me well for about 14 years. Unfortunately, I aggravated the knee and after having fluid removed and tested, it was determined to be very inflamed...

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Howard Hogan

This past summer I was in extreme pain and discomfort in both hips due to advanced arthritis. My daily activities were extremely limited and sleeping was nearly impossible. This was until Dr. Mayman performed a bilateral hip replacement and got me on the road to recovery. I was on my...

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Linda Raymond

When I was eighteen I had a severe car accident and shattered my left hip which left my left leg shorter than the right. At 22 I had the hip fused at a 20 degree angle remained that way for the next 30 years...

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Rob Parahus patient story

Rob Parahus

My surgery could not have gone better. Surgery was midday Friday, October 23rd. I was released from the hospital by 2:00 PM on Saturday, and was back to work (yes an office job) the following Wednesday (5 days after surgery) without the need for a walking cane. Most co-workers...

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Susan Judge

Susan Judge

It took me a long time, more than 10 years living with my knee, to finally come to terms that it was time for a knee replacement. After an injury more than 20 years ago, two meniscus surgeries, and years of injections, it was severally compromising my life. My right leg...

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Jack Robinson

Jack Robinson

I grew up in the 70's playing basketball on outdoor courts that were blacktop or cement. Jumping and landing on those were no good for my body and my knees took the brunt of the abuse. I had my first knee surgery in 1977 tearing the patella tendon in my...

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Kyle Warendorf

Kyle Warendorf

When I crashed my bike and broke my shoulder I sensed there was more to it than the broken bone. As an HSS alum I knew there was only one place to go to investigate the rest of the injury once the bone healed. Dr. Joshua Dines quickly identified the...

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