medical treatments I attempted to get, and will note them down in such that I will be able to provide a description of the events that can be as detailed as possible. I will also attempt to look back at my job history and try to look for a possible source or pattern for my hip pain.
This paper will provide feedback and reactions will as much detail as I can remember and will provide information that is objective when necessary and subjective if needed. This paper will break the topics down as such:
According to an article on thehipdoc.com, one of the first hip socket replacements was performed in 1923 by a man called “Marius Nygaard Smith-Peterson.” the socket cup was constructed with glass, and as the article indicates, although that particular implant failed over time, it “paved the way to construction of hip cups in similar fashion, only using different materials such as plastic and metal.”. The next noticeable advancement came with the surgery performed by Sir John Charnley. After this, the advancement of hip replacement has evolved in such a way that patient’s needs can be met by custom-fitting the implants to be installed.
For the past few years of working with my current company ATT, I felt a pain in my right knee that slowly went from being a random annoyance, to such a pain as I preferred to not have any pressure on my right leg at all, even while standing. It felt like a sharp pain, similar to pressing down on a swollen muscle or joint, and at first it did not bother me much but the pain got worse and eventually became bad enough to affect my work and my day to day functions. I initially thought of the pain as just something that comes with age, or something similar to the parts of a car that may just wear out over time. I initially paid no mind to the pain, but eventually, it became hard to ignore it and I resorted to going for medical help.
As previously said, the pain in my leg, more specifically my knee, evolved to a point where it