By Megan Ray |
August 31, 2015
If you recently dealt with a hip fracture, you know that recovery isn't going to be the easiest or shortest road. While hip fractures are very common among older adults - there are approximately 258,000 hospital admissions from the injury each year - it can be a trying injury that keeps you off your feet for a while, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Some people may even need to undergo hip surgery in order to correct the break. Regardless of whether you need surgery after your fracture or not, consider these tips on how to recover.