Although hip injuries are highly common in people of all ages, they are more likely to occur in those who participate in sports, as well as the elderly. At Southland Orthopaedics, we have years of clinical experience diagnosing and treating hip injuries, as well as performing cutting-edge hip surgery.
Our team of board-certified orthopaedic surgeons and physical therapists develop individualized treatment plans for each and every patient. We start by giving you a full medical/physical examination to understand the root cause of your hip pain. From there, we will order diagnostic testing, and go over all of your surgical and non-surgical treatment options. Although we do provide orthopaedic surgery, we also offer physical therapy and non-surgical therapies.
Stop searching online for ‘orthopaedics doctors near me’ and reach out to us today. We are happy to give you a full evaluation and help you determine the best course of action for your hip pain. Call or request an appointment online to get started!
Your hip is made up of a ball-and-socket construction, where the rounded end of your femur fits into your acetabulum, cushioned by cartilage to prevent friction. Our dedicated team of doctors are trained to identify the cause of joint injuries, and how to best treat them.
Hip pain can be caused by a wide variety of factors, including:
There may come a point in your life that your hip pain becomes unbearable. If you cannot walk, climb stairs or bend because of pain, if you feel your joint “failing” or “giving out” when standing up or picking up objects, and if pain relief is unattainable with medications or other conservative therapies, it may be time to consider joint replacement surgery.
At Southland Orthopaedics, we provide the following treatment options for hip injuries:
After Your Joint Replacement Surgery(opens in a new tab)
Hip Arthroscopy(opens in a new tab)
Hip Osteoarthritis(opens in a new tab)
Hip Bursitis(opens in a new tab)
Total Hip Replacement(opens in a new tab)
A hip arthroscopy is a surgical technique that allows your doctor to look at and repair the hip joint through the use of a tiny camera, called an arthroscope. Arthroscopy enables surgeons to make very small incisions, and thus, results in minimal scarring.
Yes! We provide cortisone or gel injections for joint pain as a minimally-invasive, alternative pain treatment. We may also recommend physical therapy to enhance your treatment outcome.
We recommend that you make an appointment with a surgeon at Southland Orthopaedics if: