Hip Arthroscopy


 

Minimally invasive hip arthroscopy

When your hip is damaged by a fracture, arthritis or some other condition, you may find walking or getting in and out of a chair painful and difficult. You may even feel pain or discomfort while resting. When medication, changes in activity or walking supports such as canes and walking sticks do not ease your symptoms enough, you may need to consider hip arthroscopy or even hip replacement surgery.

Minimally invasive hip arthroscopy has revolutionized the diagnosis and treatment of many hip conditions. Hip arthroscopy helps Dr. Hannon diagnose and treat:

  • Dysplasia occurs when the hip socket is abnormally shallow, which makes the labrum more susceptible to tearing.
  • Femoro-acetabular impingements (FAI) occur when excess bone develops along the acetabulum and/or femoral head, and the resulting bone spurs damage your hips’ soft tissues when you move.
  • Hip joint infections
  • Loose fragments of moving bone or cartilage
  • Snapping hip syndrome occurs when a hip tendon rubs over the joint. This is typically harmless but repeated rubbing can damage the tendon and may require treatment.
  • Synovitis inflammation of the tissues supporting your hip joint

Hip arthroscopy procedures can vary greatly in duration. The length of time needed for each procedure depends on the amount, type and complexity of repairs. In terms of postsurgical scarring and recovery time, hip arthroscopy is much easier on the patient. In addition to hip arthroscopy, Dr. Hannon also performs hip reconstructive surgery, hip replacement, total hip replacement surgery.

Bring your hip pain and hip injuries to Michael Hannon, MD. Call 310-362-3099 or use our convenient Request an Appointment form. Dr. Hannon welcomes patients from Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, Hollywood, Culver City, West Hollywood, Santa Monica, Glendale and close-by areas.

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Hannon Orthopedics
99 N La Cienega Blvd, Suite 304
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
Phone: 310-736-3971
Fax: 424-355-0555
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