Hip Cartilage Repair
If you have been diagnosed with cartilage damage or osteoarthritis in your hip, Ortho Sport & Spine Physicians can help you find an effective alternative to total joint replacement. Whether you have suffered from gradual loss of cartilage as you’ve aged or an abrupt labral tear during a sports injury, our orthopedic and sports medicine practice is equipped to treat your condition with the highest level of expertise.
Our physicians are board-certified orthopedic surgeons who specialize in hip treatment. We treat all types of intra-articular (inside the joint) problems such as labral tears, cartilage damage and arthritis. At Ortho Sport & Spine Physicians, we stay at the forefront of sports medicine and our sports medicine specialists are highly respected in their field. If you are experiencing hip pain, you can trust that we will implement the most effective techniques to repair or rebuild your hip cartilage. We specialize in hip arthroscopy and also use biological approaches for successful cartilage regeneration. Choosing Ortho Sport & Spine Physicians for your hip cartilage repair can prevent total hip replacement surgery and help you return to high-function activities with optimal hip health.
Symptoms of Hip Cartilage Damage
The cartilage that lines your hip joint is a smooth material that helps you move effortlessly. However, if it gets damaged, it cannot repair itself. Injuries to cartilage surfaces of the hip often result in pain, poor joint function and arthritis. In cases of degenerative loss of cartilage, patients may experience deep groin pain, stiffness and loss of motion. Our hip repair treatments can stimulate new cartilage growth and promote successful healing within your hip joint.
For improved quality of life and the ability to enjoy sports or other activities, it is important that you seek specialized medical treatment for your hip ailment or injury. At Ortho Sport & Spine Physicians, we are committed to both your immediate pain relief and your long-term joint health and function. Contact our office today to learn how our experienced sports medicine team can repair your hip cartilage and help you regain the active lifestyle you were meant to have.