The diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the hip has advanced significantly over the last decade. Most problems can be treated with non surgical methods such as Physical therapy, medications and selective injections.
Arthroscopic procedures can be used to treat conditions such as labral tears, femoral acetabular impingement, loose body removal, chodroplasty. When hip preservation is not possible, joint replacement procedures can restore function and relieve pain. For the right patients, Hip Resurfacing can, effectively treat arthritis and improve quality of life. Even traditional hip replacement has seen significant improvement with better implants, minimally invasive approaches, and multi-modal pain control techniques. These combine to make surgery and rapid recovery much easier.