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A question which patients commonly ask is “When can I fly after having a Hip or Knee Replacement?” Traditional reservations regarding flying after hip. If you're flying after recent surgery, especially on the hips or knees, you're at an increased risk of deep vein thrombosis (DVT), a blood clot in one of the. Walking - Patients are weight-bearing, as tolerated, almost immediately after surgery. · Driving · Return to Work - · Air Travel · Cycling/Biking · Swimming/Pool.

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Air travel: Pressure changes and immobility may cause your knee joint to swell, especially if it is just healing. Ask your doctor before you travel on an. We advise patients not to fly short haul for at least 6 weeks following knee replacement and to avoid long haul flight for 3 months. As soon as you present your ticket and picture ID, tell the TSA Agent about your metal knee or hip joint. · Here's what the TSA says about the cards: “Passengers.

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First of all, I would arrange Special Assistance as walks in airports can be a long way. I have had two hips and a knee replacement and fly requently, but not. You've recovered from joint replacement surgery. You are ready for a relaxing vacation. But certain types of joint implants can set off airport security. Travel soon after surgery can usually be undertaken safely if you follow these precautions: · Postpone non-urgent travel until you are walking well with no.