SPORTS MEDICINE & ARTHROSCOPY: HIP ARTHROSCOPY
Athletes and sedentary individuals can suffer from hip pain related to acute injury or repetitive overuse. The sports medicine surgeons at Kayal Orthopaedic Center, PC offer expert diagnosis, treatment and prevention of hip injuries. The team also performs minimally invasive hip procedures that reduce pain and restore mobility.
Who Needs Hip Arthroscopy?
Hip arthroscopy is recommended in a variety of circumstances, including non-arthritic hip conditions and acute pain from athletics. Hip patients may complain of popping, sharp pain, catching, dull aching or more severe pain. Specific diagnoses that are treatable through hip arthroscopy include, but are not limited to:
- Loose or foreign bodies
- Joint infection
- Resistant bursitis or tendinitis
- Synovial chondromatosis
Kayal Orthopaedic Center, PC specializes in minimally invasive hip procedures that may not require overnight hospital stays. Hip arthroscopy is performed using a small incision, tiny camera and specialized instruments. Though results vary, studies indicate that 85 to 90 percent of hip arthroscopy patients experience reduced or eliminated pain, and are able to return to their desired level of activity.
Hip conditions may be misdiagnosed as groin strains, bursitis or hernias, so it is important to seek the opinion of an experienced sports medicine professional. If you are enduring hip pain due to an injury or overuse, contact the sports medicine team at Kayal Orthopaedic Center today. After discussing your condition and conducting a thorough examination, your NJ orthopaedic surgeon will recommend the imaging and treatment you need to get back in the game—and back to the activities you enjoy.
Contact Kayal Orthopaedic Center Today!
When non-surgical treatments are not enough, Kayal Orthopaedic Center physicians perform hip arthroscopy and other procedures to manage pain and improve mobility. To discuss your hip pain or inquire about our Essex, Passaic, Bergen and Hudson County service options, call or email our team of sports medicine experts today.