Surgical Hip Injury Treatments
Experienced New York orthopedic hip surgeons with a track record of success
Dealing with a serious hip injury? You may need hip surgery to relieve your hip pain or address a severe hip injury. You won’t know for sure until an experienced hip surgeon examines you and diagnoses exactly what’s wrong. That’s why we want to meet with you.
Our board-certified, fellowship-trained, New York orthopedic hip surgeons at Island Musculoskeletal Care (IMC Bone Doc) have more than 100 years of combined medical experience. Our doctors are familiar with the most advanced hip injury medical procedures. As a result, you can trust our surgeons to operate on your hip.
Learn more about how IMC Bone Doc can help you. Many of our doctors have immediate appointments available – including same day appointments – at our seven locations in greater New York City and Long Island. Best of all, we do our best to make sure you can receive all your treatment at the same location.
What are common surgical hip injury treatments?
- What is hip arthroscopy surgery?
- What is revision hip replacement (RHR) surgery?
- What is total hip replacement (THR) surgery?
- What is minimally invasive total hip replacement surgery?
- What is posterior hip replacement surgery?
- What is computer assisted hip replacement surgery?
- What is outpatient hip replacement surgery?
This is just a small sample of the different hip surgical techniques our doctors regularly perform on patients throughout the New York City area. To learn more about different surgical procedures and which one may be right for your hip injury or illness, schedule an appointment with one of our physicians today.
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You have lived with hip pain for long enough. Get the help you need to get your life back on track. Contact us and make an appointment with one of our experienced, New York orthopedic hip surgeons. We can examine you, evaluate what’s wrong and recommend different surgical treatment options designed to address your hip injury or illness. Each one of our offices is fully equipped with an MRI machine to better diagnose your hip injury.
Our medical clinic is in network and accepts many forms of medical insurance. As a result, your hip operation might not cost you anything. This is especially true if you hurt your hip at work. In these cases, your employer’s workers’ compensation insurance should cover all your medical expenses associated with your hip replacement surgery. Contact us online or call 1-888-BONE-DOC (266-3362). Our experienced, NYC orthopedic hip surgeons want to help you.
Minimally-invasive form of hip surgery which often involved small, fiber-optic surgical instruments, known as arthroscopes. Several small incisions are made into the hip, allowing the surgeon to remove or repair torn cartilage or bone chips in the hip.
Sometimes, mistakes are made during hip surgery. Or a person’s artificial hip becomes worn out over time due to wear and tear or due to other circumstances. Whatever the reason, a previously implanted hip may need to be replaced or repaired. This is known as revision hip replacement (RHR) surgery.
As the name suggests, a person’s hip may be severely damaged due to injury or illness. In these cases, total hip replacement (THR) surgery may be necessary. As a result, the surgeon will replace your entire hip with an artificial hip.
While this might sound too good to be true, your surgeon may be able to replace your hip with an artificial hip by making smaller incisions than usual. Other benefits also often include a shorter hospital stay and a quicker recovery in many cases.
Another type of hip replacement surgery, this one involves replacing the hip through an incision near the buttocks. As a result, the surgeon does not have to damage any muscle tissue to access the hip joint. This is one of the most popular and common forms of hip replacement surgery.
Many surgeons now use computer equipment to help assist with hip replacement surgery. This technical equipment often enables surgeons to be more precise and accurate when performing hip replacement surgery.
Due to advances in medical science and surgical techniques, hip replacement surgery can now be performed on an outpatient basis in certain circumstances. That means the patient does not have to stay overnight in a hospital after the operation.