This will likely be Henry Warner’s last posting on this topic. I went to see Dr. Pritchett earlier this week for my three month check up. He took an X-ray and said everything looked fine. He said to come back in another year for my next checkup. The bone has attached itself to the socket liner and he said I have no restrictions regarding anything I want to do physically.
My own assessment is that the operation has largely become a non-event. I am biking and working out as forcefully as I was pre-operation, including squats and deadlifts. I have absolutely no pain. I do still have some tightness in the hip area when stretching my gluteous and my right hamstring is still tighter than it was pre-operation, but I am working through these by stretching. Otherwise, I am nearly 100% fully recovered. While I am not actively running for a workout, I have broken out into short jog-runs on several occasions, like when crossing a street or catching up with someone. Nothing serious in terms of running, but everything felt good.
I will post again if there is any major turn of events, such as a setback or a negative development. Otherwise, as of now, I consider the hip resurfacing operation to have been a fantastic success. If you are considering a hip replacement or resurfacing operation, feel free to contact me (Henry Warner) at the link above.