Hip Arthroscopy

Hip arthroscopy is a minimally invasive surgical procedure that is used to treat multiple complex hip injuries pathologies. This surgery is performed in an outpatient setting and involves a few tiny incisions, a high-definition camera (arthroscope), and specialized instruments are used to aid in working inside the hip joint. Since this is a minimally invasive procedure and the tools used are thin, this allows for a faster recovery and less post-operative pain or joint stiffness. This allows us to help our patients recover and return to their favorite activities sooner.

What conditions are treated with Hip Arthroscopy?

Advantages of Hip Arthroscopy:

  • Minimally invasive procedure
  • Smaller incision and scars
  • Less pain and joint stiffness
  • Early return to play
  • Less risk of infections and complications
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