Conditions & Treatments
The hip is a ball and socket joint that allows the upper leg to move from front to back as well as side to side.
The “ball” part consists of the head of the femur (which is the largest and heaviest bone in the body). The “socket” is the acetabulum, a cavity in the pelvis that holds the femoral head.
Revision Hip Arthroplasty (Joint Replacement)
Revision joint arthroplasty (or Joint Replacement) is sometimes needed to correct an issue or complication from a previous Joint Replacement procedure. One of the most common reasons it is needed is to address osteoarthritis in another area of the joint. For instance, if you have had a Partial Knee Replacement and several years later osteoarthritis is affecting the other compartment of the knee, this compartment of the knee may now be replaced as well.
Hip arthroscopy (scope) is a surgical procedure that allows the surgeon to view the hip joint without making a large incision (cut). It is a technique used to diagnose and treat a wide range of hip conditions.
Total Hip Replacement
The Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeons at OrthoNeuro has performed thousands of Total Hip Replacements and are experts of this procedure using the latest advancements in surgical techniques for Total Hip Replacement.
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