Dr. O'Connor explains whether hip replacement surgery is painful.
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During hip replacement surgery, the patient is not going to feel me working inside their hip. They’re either numbed up from the waist down and sedated which is typically how in my institution we do the surgery or maybe they’re asleep, completely asleep but they’re not going to feel me working on their hip.
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