In many cases, lumps and bumps are harmless and can go away on their own if left untreated. A lump or bump's location — along with how it looks and feels — is always the first clue as to what it might be.
If you are a candidate for hip or knee replacement, an outpatient setting might be a good option for you. An outpatient setting can be a great choice for healthy patients that want to avoid the major hospitals during the pandemic.
If performing everyday activities becomes difficult due to hip pain, it may be time to consider hip replacement surgery. While there are several benefits of a total hip replacement, the thought of a large scar can be one of the drawbacks to this procedure. Women especially do not want to feel self-conscious when wearing a swimsuit after surgery. If you have found yourself needing a hip replacement, but not wanting an unsightly scar, there’s good news.