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submitted 1/31/18 pm from Long Island, NY Excellent comments and feedback from all; very enlightening. I just had the surgery today and am doing well but the pain meds are still in me I suppose. Wish both were done at once but realize that is unrealistic.

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You might try it pre-op..anything, the stronger your body is pre-surgery, the faster you will recover.

Anyhow, the thing is big and you have to lie flat on your back to use it, so a Lazy Boy wouldn't work well for that (sometimes I slept when it was running).

If they don't have you using that, I suppose you could use a Lazy Boy to sleep in, but I would think a Lazy Boy would be much better for during the day.

FAI was a mystery to me - a condition I never heard of any human being ever having. When I felt a hip/groin/or back pain, I generally stopped all activity until I was pain-free. Parvizi for a checkup after 6 1/2 months, he told me to push through the remaining pain and do my lunges.

I recovered to be able to run outdoor mileage again much more quickly. I spent one night in the hospital, mainly to recover from the anesthesia.