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LimaCorporate - Orthopaedic Emotion

LimaCorporate - Orthopaedic Emotion: LimaCorporate is the Italian multinational in orthopaedics and traumatology. For over 60 years Lima has been present in the medical field with implantable prostheses for knee, hip, shoulder and small joints arthroplasty. LimaCorporate's main objective is to produce a complete system of interchangeable modules to better adapt the implant to each patient's needs, thus reducing surgery time and improving functional rehabilitation. LimaCorporate is strongly committed to internationalization, and has 14 foreign Subsidiaries worldwide alongside its modern production facilities in Italy and the Republic of San Marino..

Your new joint

Your new joint

In the days following surgery, your orthopaedic surgeon, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurses and physical and occupational therapists will closely monitor your condition and progress. You’ll spend a great deal of time exercising your new joint. Gradually you will become increasingly mobile and confident in your new joint. When you get home, keep up the exercise program you learned in the hospital according to the directions from your surgeon and physical therapist. You may see your physical therapist for several in-home treatments. Your physical therapist will also make recommendations about your safety, review your exercise program and continue working with you on range of motion.
It is recommended to expect to regain strength and endurance as you begin to take on more of your normal daily routine. However, your orthopaedic surgeon and physical therapist will outline a specific plan that you should follow. Your post-surgical pain should be temporary.. Most patients with artificial joints are able to enjoy many activities, though some should be avoided. In general, high impact exercises, such as running, jumping, heavyweight lifting, or contact sports, are not recommended. Participating in these activities, or activities like them, may damage your joint or cause it to wear down much more quickly. Please always ask your surgeon because you have to remember that some activities are not adviseable after you have been prosthesized. Low impact activities such as swimming and walking are encouraged, subject to your surgeon’s recommendation.


The following information is provided about hip replacement in general. It is not intended to provide recommendations regarding your medical care or if hip replacement is appropriate for you. Your orthopaedic surgeon is responsible for all recommendations and decisions about your medical care if you and your surgeon decide that hip replacement is appropriate for you. The following information also does not provide a complete or full discussion of the specifics of hip replacement surgery; the prosthesis that may be used; your care before, during, and after surgery; or the potential complications associated with hip surgery and your particular condition. Depending upon your particular condition, some of the general information provided may not be applicable to you. You will need to discuss the specifics of your case with your surgeon. LimaCorporate does not guarantee any specific results, recovery or rehabilitation. WARNING: Please remember the information on this document is for educational purposes only and should not be used to make a decision on a condition or a procedure. All decisions should be made in conjunction with your surgeon and your primary care provider. The people appearing in the photographs on this publication are models and used for illustrative purposes only