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Hip Arthroscopy

Hip arthroscopy is a minimally invasive surgical procedure that allows orthopedic surgeons to diagnose and treat a variety of hip conditions using small incisions and specialized instruments. Unlike traditional open surgery, hip arthroscopy typically results in less pain, faster recovery, and fewer complications. During the procedure, a small camera, called an arthroscope, is inserted into the hip joint, providing the surgeon with a clear view of the interior structures. Through additional small incisions, tiny instruments are used to repair damaged cartilage, remove bone spurs, or address other issues causing hip pain or limited mobility. Common conditions treated with hip arthroscopy include femoroacetabular impingement (FAI), labral tears, hip dysplasia, and synovitis. Following surgery, patients usually undergo physical therapy to regain strength, flexibility, and function in the hip joint. While not suitable for every hip problem, hip arthroscopy offers many patients a less invasive option for addressing hip pain and improving quality of life. As with any surgical procedure, it's important for individuals considering hip arthroscopy to discuss the risks, benefits, and expected outcomes with their healthcare provider.

 

Hip arthroscopy is a minimally invasive surgical procedure that allows orthopedic surgeons to diagnose and treat a variety of hip conditions using small incisions and specialized instruments. Unlike traditional open surgery, hip arthroscopy typically results in less pain, faster recovery, and fewer complications. During the procedure, a small camera, called an arthroscope, is inserted into the hip joint, providing the surgeon with a clear view of the interior structures. Through additional small incisions, tiny instruments are used to repair damaged cartilage, remove bone spurs, or address other issues causing hip pain or limited mobility. Common conditions treated with hip arthroscopy include femoroacetabular impingement (FAI), labral tears, hip dysplasia, and synovitis. Following surgery, patients usually undergo physical therapy to regain strength, flexibility, and function in the hip joint. While not suitable for every hip problem, hip arthroscopy offers many patients a less invasive option for addressing hip pain and improving quality of life. As with any surgical procedure, it's important for individuals considering hip arthroscopy to discuss the risks, benefits, and expected outcomes with their healthcare provider.

Dr. Manuj Wadhwa
Years Of - Experience 20 +

Dr. Manuj Wadhwa

Chairman & Executive Director Elite Institutes of Orthopedics & Joint Replacement
  • Ivy Hospitals, Punjab
  • Ojas Hospitals, Panchkula
Awards Wining Doctor
  • 2 Times World Book of Records
  • 7 Times Limca Book of Records
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