What are some exercises I can do 6 weeks after my hip replacement surgery?

At six weeks after your hip replacement surgery, you will be off crutches and walking more normally. At this stage we will commence walking for exercise, and activity specific retraining. You will be working on your strength, agility, muscle control, posture and core strength with your physiotherapist as part of a specific post operative rehabilitation regime. There are no restrictions upon your range of movement, and you should be able to recommence most of your normal activities.