Comprehensive services to treat injured hips and restore optimal hip function
Common causes of hip pain
- Osteoarthritis, the result of gradual, continuous wear on the joint. Osteoarthritis is gradual loss of cartilage over time.
- Rheumatoid arthritis, an autoimmune disease that produces inflammation and attacks and damages tissue in the hip joint.
- Osteonecrosis, a disease in which hip bone tissue dies and the hip bone collapses because of a loss of blood supply to the bone.
- Hip bursitis, which is inflammation of the bursa, a fluid-filled sac that helps tendons move smoothly over bone.
We offer a wide range of procedures to treat injured hips
Total hip replacement surgery
Total hip replacement surgery can relieve pain and restore function in hips damaged by:
- Osteoarthritis, or hip arthritis
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- Hip fractures caused by a fall or by osteoporosis
During total hip replacement surgery, an orthopedic surgeon removes damaged cartilage and bone from the hip joint and replaces it with an artificial joint.
Hip arthroscopy can relieve pain and restore function in hips damaged by:
- Hip pain caused by FAI, or femoroacetabular impingement
- Labrum tears
- Cartilage damage
- Loose bone or cartilage in hip joint
- Hip abductor tendon tears
- Hip flexor tendon irritation or snapping
- Piriformis syndrome, or sciatic nerve entrapment
- Problems related to hip dysplasia
During a hip arthroscopy procedure, an orthopedic surgeon uses a scope, or small high-definition camera, to correct causes of acute and chronic hip pain.
Hip arthritis treatment
A wide range of nonsurgical treatment options are available to treat hip arthritis. If nonsurgical methods do not reduce pain, surgical options are available.
Hip bursitis treatment
A wide range of nonsurgical treatment options are available to treat hip bursitis. If nonsurgical methods do not reduce pain, surgical options are available.
Hip arthroscopy is a form of hip preservation surgery. Hip arthroscopy procedures are intended to fix underlying anatomical abnormalities and structural problems to restore optimal joint health and function.
Hip arthroscopy is a minimally invasive surgical procedure in which an orthopedic surgeon uses a scope, or small high-definition camera, to correct causes of acute and chronic hip pain. The most common cause of hip pain in young, healthy adults is femoroacetabular impingement, or FAI.