Hip pain may be the result of a variety of conditions. It could be the result of a recent injury or develop gradually over time in cases of arthritis. It can result in significant restrictions of your mobility and manifest itself with various degrees of limp which may necessitate the use of a cane or walker.

Our experienced Board-certified and fellowship trained orthopaedic surgeons are here to assist you with the diagnosis and treatment you deserve. Non-surgical and surgical treatment options are available to ensure you get the best care and results. Our doctors will always put the welfare of our patients as our #1 priority.

DO NOT DELAY TREATMENT. Get the care you deserve from one of our experienced hip doctors.

Common conditions that can affect the hip:

  • Trochanteric bursitis
  • Hip arthritis-osteoarthritis
  • Degenerative joint disease
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Avascular necrosis
  • Acetabular impingement
  • Hip dysplasia
  • Hip pain/strain
  • Hip fractures
  • Hip dislocations
  • Failed total hip replacement
  • Infected total hip replacement
  • Sciatic pain
Non-Surgical Treatment Options for Hip Pain

 Our experienced doctors will get to the root of your problem and always start treatment with non-surgical conservative options. They will consider surgical treatment only when absolutely indicated. Here are some of the common non-surgical treatments we offer:

  • Imaging studies:
    • X-rays
    • MRI 
  • Medical management of arthritis
  • Physical therapy and rehabilitation
  • Local cortisone injections
    • Intra-articular injections
    • MRI
    • Steroid injections
    •  Viscoelastic injections
  • Epidural injections for sciatic pain
Surgical Treatment Options

Depending on the diagnosis, the patient’s preference and the surgeon’s choice of the procedures available, our Board-certified surgeons will discuss in detail with you the various options and present you with the state-of-the-art procedures available:

  • Total hip replacement (THR)
  • Total hip arthroplasty (THA)
  • Minimally invasive THR
  • Muscle sparing direct superior approach for THR 
  • Robotic assisted THR using the Mako Stryker technology
  • Reconstructive hip surgery
  • Revision surgery for failed THR
  • Surgical treatment of infected THR
  • Open reduction of fractures of the hip and femur
  • Hemiarthroplasty for fractures of the hip