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Pain and Limp Gone After Hip Revision Surgery | Patient Testimonial for Dr. Mo Halawi

by Mohamad J. Halawi, MD | 6 months ago

Elke Miles suffered from pain and a limp after her original hip replacement surgery. She turned to UConn Health and Dr. Mohamad Halawi for a hip revision surgery that allowed her to leave the hospital with no pain for the first time in two years.

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