Hip Preservation & Athletic Hip Injuries
Hip pain and range-of-motion problems can cause a disruption in everyday life and may be a sign of something more severe. Left untreated, hip conditions can lead to degeneration and other dysfunction. TOA’s team of nationally and internationally recognized orthopedic experts are focused on early diagnosis and treatment to protect the hip joint. Whether you are an athlete or an active adult suffering from hip pain or discomfort, our team is here to restore function and assist in minimizing any further damage to the hip joint.
TOA’s highly skilled orthopedic physicians have extensive experience in a variety of treatment options for hip preservation. Our hip preservation program also includes a team of expert physical therapists and practitioners that work closely with our physicians to treat hip related conditions and athletic hip injuries. Our hip preservation experts all serve as team physicians for a range of high school, college, and professional sports teams, and are focused on easing your pain and restoring function so you can live your best life.
- Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI) - Cam & Pincer Types
- Labrum Tear
- Abductor Tendon Tear
- Trochanteric Bursitis/Greater Trochanteric Pain Syndrome
- Iliopsoas Tendonitis / Injury
- Hamstring Injuries
- Cartilage injury
- Snapping Hip Syndrome
- Gluteal Tendon Tear
- Articular Cartilage Damage
- Hip Dysplasia
- Avascular Necrosis
- Piriformis Syndrome
- Hip Dislocation
- Hip Impingement
- Tendonopathies of the Hip
- Synovial Chondromatosis
- Athletic Pubalgia
- Avulsion Fractures of the Hip & Pelvis
- PVNS - Pigmented Villonodular Synovitis
- Sports Hernia
Types of Hip Preservation Surgery and Treatment
- Hip Arthroscopy: Surgical procedure that enables use of a scope to view the hip joint without making a large incision. Arthroscopy is used to diagnose and treat a wide range of hip issues.
- Acetabuloplasty: A procedure that corrects pinching from an over covered or enlarged hip socket by shaving down excess bone.
- Femoral Osteoplasty (Femoroplasty): Surgical procedure to correct an abnormally shaped femoral head or neck by shaving down excess bone.
- Labral Repair: Surgical procedure to repair a labral tear and return hip function.
- Microfracture: Common surgical procedure that works by creating tiny fractures in the underlying bone to develop new cartilage.
- Labral Reconstruction: Minimally invasive arthroscopic surgery to repair the damaged labrum, partially or fully, with a graft.
- Gluteal Tendon Repair: Surgery that repairs the gluteal tendon by suturing it back on to the greater trochanter.
- Hamstring Tendon Repair: Surgical procedure to reattach the torn hamstring back to its original position.
- Iliopsoas Tendon Lengthening: An arthroscopic procedure that lengthens a tight iliopsoas tendon that is causing pain and dysfunction.
- Chondroplasty: Minimally invasive surgical procedure used to repair damaged cartilage.
- Hip injection: An injection of medication to potentially relieve pain and inflammation.
- Physical Therapy: Type of therapy that promotes or restores movement and manages pain.
- Hip Synovectomy: An arthroscopic surgery that removes the inflamed tissue in the hip joint.
- Cartilage Restoration: Variety of surgical techniques to repair cartilage such as microfracture, abrasion arthroplasty, and osteochondral autograft/allograft transplant.