Procedures

  • Computer-Assisted Hip Replacement Surgery

    In this minimally-invasive surgical procedure the surgeon replaces the hip joint with the aid of a computer guidance system. The system aids the surgeon in preparing and aligning the joint with the highest degree of accuracy. Preparation The patient is placed in a position that allows full access to the hip. The area is cleaned […]

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  • Core Decompression for Avascular Necrosis of the Hip

    This procedure treats avascular necrosis by removing degenerated and dead bone tissue and creating room for new, healthy tissue to grow. It typically works best for people who are in the earliest stages of the disease.

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  • Femur Fracture Fixation with Dynamic Hip Screw

    This surgical procedure uses a metal plate and screws to repair a fractured femur. It retains the femoral head, allowing for more natural movement of the hip joint.

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  • Femur Fracture Fixation with Intramedullary Rod

    This surgical procedure stabilizes severe fractures of the femur by placing a metal rod into the center of the femur.

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  • Fluoroscopic Guided Hip Injection

    This non-operative, outpatient procedure is designed to provide relief for patients with arthritis of the hip joint. The technique allows the physician to inject numbing and anti-inflammatory medications with maximum accuracy.

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  • Hip Arthroscopy

    This outpatient procedure is an examination of the inside of the hip joint. The surgeon uses miniature instruments and a small camera (called an arthroscope) to see inside the joint. Arthroscopy can be used to diagnose and treat problems of the joint.

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  • Hip Fracture Treatment with Surgical Screws

    This surgical procedure uses metal surgical screws to repair a fracture of the femur. This procedure is typically used for patients who have minimal damage to the bone and minimal shifting from the fracture.

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  • Hip Hemiarthroplasty (Bipolar)

    This surgical procedure replaces the head of a damaged femur with an implant designed to stabilize the femur and restore hip function. Unlike total hip replacement, in which both the ball of the femur and the hip socket are replaced, in this procedure, only the ball is replaced.

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  • Internal Screw Fixation for Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis (SCFE)

    This surgical procedure is used to stabilize a femoral head that has slipped off the neck of the femur. One or more screws are inserted through the neck and into the femoral head.

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  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

    This noninvasive medical imaging technique uses a powerful magnetic field to create a detailed three-dimensional view of the inside of the body. The images it produces are similar to those generated by a CT scan. However, MRI images provide a much clearer view of soft tissues. This makes MRI a valuable diagnostic tool for the […]

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  • Mini Total Hip Replacement

    This procedure uses a small incision to replace the diseased and damaged portion of the hip joint. Patients feel less pain and recover more quickly compared to patients who undergo traditional hip replacement surgery, which requires a longer incision. While this procedure uses specialized surgical tools, the implants used are the same as the ones […]

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  • Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Injection Overview

    This non-surgical therapy is an injection of a concentrated mixture of the patient’s own blood. PRP injections have been shown to relieve acute and chronic pain and accelerate healing of injured tissues and joints.

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  • Revision Hip Surgery

    This surgery option replaces worn artificial hip parts and damaged bone with new metal, plastic or ceramic components. The new components restore normal hip joint stability. Osteotomy First, the femur is separated from the pelvis, and the worn artificial parts are removed. To remove the old femoral component, the bone around it may need to […]

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  • Revision Hip with Allograft

    Revision hip is performed to replace worn artificial hip parts and damaged bone with new metal, plastic or ceramic components. Several revision options are available, chosen based on the condition of the patient’s bones. This animation will show multiple revision techniques.

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  • Total Hip Replacement

    This surgery replaces diseased and damaged portions of the hip with implants designed to restore function to the hip joint.

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  • Total Hip Replacement – Anterior Approach

    This surgery option replaces diseased and damaged portions of the hip with implants designed to restore function to the hip joint. The surgeon uses an incision on the anterolateral part of the hip, instead of a more traditional incision on the side or back of the joint. Anterior Approach The anterior incision allows the surgeon […]

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