Hip

Whether you’re sitting, standing, walking, or bending, your hips are an integral part of your daily life. Connecting the thigh bone to the trunk, the hip consists of a cup-and-ball-like joint that allows for a great deal of motion in a variety of directions.

Technologies and procedures for care and repair of the hip have evolved significantly in recent years, and the hip specialists at Florida Orthopaedic Institute are among only a handful in the world qualified to provide state-of-the-art therapies and surgery across the broad spectrum of hip treatments.

From minimally invasive surgical intervention to transplant concepts that give hope to a new generation of patients, our physicians diagnose and treat with the right approach at the right time for every patient.

The following Florida Orthopaedic Institute physicians specialize in hip replacement and reconstructive care:

Hip Arthroscopy Care at Florida Orthopaedic Institute

Arthroscopy is a surgical procedure that gives doctors a clear view of the inside of a joint. This helps them diagnose and treat joint problems. During hip arthroscopy, your surgeon inserts a small camera, called an arthroscope, into your hip joint. The camera displays pictures on a television screen, and your surgeon uses these images to guide miniature surgical instruments. Hip arthroscopy may relieve painful symptoms of many problems that damage the labrum, articular cartilage, or other soft tissues surrounding the joint.

Your doctor may recommend hip arthroscopy if you have a painful condition that does not respond to nonsurgical treatment. Nonsurgical treatment includes rest, physical therapy, and medications or injections that can reduce inflammation. Inflammation is one of your body's normal reactions to injury or disease. In an injured or diseased hip joint, inflammation causes swelling, pain, and stiffness.

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The following Florida Orthopaedic Institute physicians specialize in hip arthroscopy care: