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HIP Treatment

Hip injuries commonly occur due to improper loads on the hip during sporting activities leading to damage of internal structures of the hip.

This can lead to chronic pain arising in the hip joint which can also be seen in form of groin pain due to referred pain from hip. Hip arthroscopy is indicated in few select cases and leads to faster pain relief and achievement of full hip movements.

The large, weight-bearing hip joint and surrounding soft tissues are susceptible to both acute injury and degeneration over time. Treatments for a hip injury will vary depending on the type of injury and its severity.

Hip pain is common among athletes and other active people, and it can usually be resolved with nonsurgical treatments, such as rest and physical therapy. However, a person may consider hip surgery if either:

  • The particular injury or condition will not respond well to nonsurgical treatments. For example, a large tear of the labrum.
  • Non-surgical treatments, such as physical therapy, have been tried for several weeks or months but have not adequately relieved pain.

Asking questions

A person should speak with an orthopedic surgeon to weigh the risks and benefits of surgery and set reasonable post-surgical expectations. Patients are encouraged to ask their surgeon questions, such as:

  • What is the typical outcome for patients like me?
  • What is likely to happen if I do not have surgery?
  • What are the risks associated with this surgery?
  • Will I need to take time off work?
  • How long will my recovery be?
  • Is it likely that I am going to need a hip replacement in the future?

Only an orthopedic surgeon can provide answers to all of these questions. Contact us now to schedule our Orthopedic Surgeon click here.

Hip Replacement Surgery