Hip Instability

Hip Instability: Unstable hip joint causes pain, clicking, and possible dislocation. Traumatic or atraumatic, from sports injuries to congenital issues. Diagnose with history, exam, and imaging. Treat with therapy or surgery like hip arthroscopy. Comprehensive care for improved mobility and quality of life.

2024-05-27T02:52:53+00:00April 24, 2024|Home, Patient Education|

Periacetabular Osteotomy (PAO)

PAO (Periacetabular Osteotomy): A surgical fix for hip dysplasia. Misalignment of the acetabulum causes pain and mobility issues. PAO repositions the hip socket, easing pain and delaying arthritis. It's ideal for younger patients, preserving the joint and restoring function. Complex but effective, it offers relief without immediate replacement surgery.

2024-05-27T02:53:19+00:00April 24, 2024|Home, Patient Education|

Hip Osteoarthritis

Manage Hip Osteoarthritis: Non-surgical treatments include weight management, therapy, medications, injections, devices, and heat therapy. Surgical options like arthroscopic debridement or total hip replacement may be needed if non-surgical methods fail. Post-surgery, rehabilitation with therapy and assistive devices aids recovery. Improve quality of life despite this chronic condition.

2024-05-27T02:53:01+00:00April 24, 2024|Home, Patient Education|
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