Select a category below to learn more about our services:
Arthroscopic Surgery
Cartilage Restoration Procedure
Treatment of Fractures


Hip Arthroscopy

Hip arthroscopy is performed through small incisions, specialized tools, and a camera to visualize the inside of the hip.

Benefits over traditional surgery include the ability to have outpatient surgery, earlier and accelerated rehab, and a quicker return to normal activity.

Conditions that can be treated include:

* Labral Tear
The labrum of the hip is a cuff of thick tissue that surrounds the hip socket and helps support the joint. Torn tissue can become pinched in the joint and cause pain and limited range of motion.

* Loose Bodies
Loose bodies are pieces of cartilage that form within the joint. They look like small marbles floating within the joint space and can become caught within the hip.

* Snapping Hip Syndrome
Snapping hip syndrome has several causes, some of which can be treated with hip arthroscopy.

* Cartilage Damage

* Early Arthritis
For limited cases of arthritis, arthroscopic surgery can be beneficial. This is only possible in the very early stages of arthritis to reduce impingements and remove bone spurs.


HomePhysiciansHistoryServicesPhysical Therapy Intake Forms ReferralsLocationsContact Us