Hip Injuries Interventions
Hip injuries can happen suddenly, as in a fall, or from wear and tear from everyday movement and activity. When an injury occurs, the hip’s ability to function is disrupted, impacting the intricate workings of bones, muscles, ligaments and other structures. Treatments for hip problems range from physical therapy to medications to surgery.
Hip Replacement Surgery
Hip replacement is a procedure to replace a damaged hip joint with an artificial joint. This surgery is mostly done after a severe hip fracture or arthritis. The procedure can be done through traditional methods or minimally-invasive technique.
The surgeon generally checks on your medical history, examines your hip, and orders tests and x-rays before deciding on the need for surgery.
Partial Hip Replacement
Walking, climbing stairs, getting dressed, carrying groceries, sleeping through the night - these are just a few of the life basics that can be difficult without full use of your hip.
Total Hip Replacement
THA provides reliable outcomes for patients suffering from end-stage degenerative hip osteoarthritis, specifically pain relief, functional restoration, and overall improved quality of life.
Revision Hip Replacement
Walking, climbing stairs, carrying groceries, sleeping through the night - these are just a few of the life basics that can be difficult without full use of your hip.