The hip is a spherical articulation comprised of the femoral head and the acetabulum. Its spherical shape allows for a wide range of motion at every level.
Any alteration to this movement, whether it be due to physical effort, daily life, or disease, should be a warning sign and, at the very least, deserves an evaluation.
Our mission as specialists is to diagnose damage early on and stop its progress.
When articular destruction is evident and advanced, a prosthetic replacement offers good and predictable results.
- Hip dysplasia
- Femoroacetabular impingement
- Osteoarthritis of the hip in young adults
- Osteoarthritis in older individuals
- Avascular necrosis of the femoral head at different stages
- Hip fractures
- Pubalgia, and inguinal pubalgia
- Greater trochanteric pain syndrome and snapping hip syndrome
- Rheumatic diseases
- Total hip replacement
- Replacing hip prosthetics
- Growth factors