For obese people, cycling is a problem in itself. For those of you who are overweight, cycling can be painful, because your weight is concentrated all in the saddle, and your sitting bones. Blood circulation is not smooth, pain and numbness in the groin area are common problems. To overcome this, you need a saddle that can support your fat body without hurting you. Saddles that make you comfor...
For those of you who are looking for the best bike saddle for hip replacement, there is a little information that we can share for you, please listen.
For hip replacement surgery patients, there are lots of activities to avoid after surgery, to maintain your post-operative health condition, including cycling.
For those of you who have been biking regularly this certainly makes you uncomfortable.
However, always remember to get permission from a doctor or therapist before starting a new activity after surgery, first consult your condition to them.
Actually cycling can be done by hip surgery patients, but must be under the supervision of a doctor and therapist.
Also choose the right bike, focus on safety and comfort features for you when cycling.
For saddle, there is no special saddle for post hip surgery patients. Choose the one that is comfortable for you, many models available, which you can choose.
For convenience, choose a saddle and type of bicycle that allows you to maintain an upright sitting position, for example a cruiser bike, and also consider the type of gear used, one gear or one that can be adjusted, you should choose an adjustable gear, to reduce the burden when pedaling a bicycle.
Choose a bicycle with a saddle that can be adjusted in height. For patients post hip surgery, the feeling is more comfortable with a higher chair position, because it can relieve pressure on your hip area.
Measure your height and adjust the bike you choose to your height. Test drive feel how the situation around your hips, if it hurts adjust, whether it’s the type of saddle, and the height of the saddle, also the weight of the paddle.
That’s a glimpse of cycling activities for those of you post hip surgery patients, may be useful …