BILATERAL HIP ARTHROSCOPY
"After 2 years of hip pain that limited my activities, caused me anxiety and really affected my quality of life I was diagnosed with impingement and labrl tears in both of my hips. Three months after bilateral Hip arthroscopy by Dr. Mei Dan I was back to light running and in the following months, after methodical rehab, I climbed 3 14er’s including one which required steep ice climb. It felt so GREAT! I never thought I could do this again and cried at the top!"
Dr. Omer Mei-Dan performed a labral repair and micro-fracture surgery on my left hip in September of 2014. At the time of the surgery the pain in my hip kept me from being able to play lacrosse for the University of Denver. After I was able to walk without crutches I immediately noticed a difference and could walk pain free. Within a months after surgery I was back to running and upping my rehab in order to get back on the field to play the game I love, feeling better and healthier then I had in several years. Dr. Mei-Dan and the entire staff at CU Sports Medicine where amazing in taking care of my body and getting me back on the field.
After 4 years of battling consistent hip pain, this weekend I was able do a gorgeous hike up Mt. Bierstadt in the snow, and then run the Bolder Boulder. Can't tell you how grateful I am to be back to doing what I love!
Thanks to you and your team for the excellent work!
Dr. Mei Dan and his exceptional team not only kept my running dreams alive, they have inspired me to pursue new ambitions in pro MTB as well.
Wanted to thank you again for your work,
You‘ve given me back a great deal of my life! First, there is no more limping!
At 3 month from surgery I run up to 15 km and did not even think about the hip anymore! It‘s a miracle and you are a magician! Thank you sooo much!
We are now almost 6 month out and I’ve been running a lot, also uphill and have started ski mountaineering and ski skating.
Running is a big part of me and when I took my first few steps running I had tears of joy in my eyes! No kidding!
So Thanks again
Dr. Isa Schöffl, Germany