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Hip Conditions and Treatment

Your hip is one of your body’s largest joints. Its primary function is to support the weight of the body in both static (e.g., standing) and dynamic (e.g., walking or running) postures. The hip joints have very important roles in retaining balance, and for maintaining the pelvic inclination angle.

Our orthopedic specialists know the most innovative technologies and surgical techniques for treating hip injuries and conditions. 


Conditions Treated:

Cartilage injuries
Hip pain


Non-Surgical Treatment Options:

Physical Therapy and/or Exercise
Anti-inflammatory Pain Medications
Chiropractic Care


Surgical Procedures:


Hip replacement procedures are for patients who have tried all of the other treatments and are still left with significant pain during their normal activities.

Robotic Total Hip Replacement Direct Anterior Approach Surgery

Direct Anterior Hip Replacement Surgery

Posterior Robotic Hip Replacement

Regular Posterior (traditional) Hip Replacement

Orthopedic hip treatment