Hip Joint Preservation

Hip joint preservation surgery refers to any surgical procedure other than joint replacement, performed to treat the symptoms in patients with an abnormal hip joint. The aim of hip preservation is to preserve the natural hip joint and protect it from future injury. Some of the common hip preservation surgical procedures include peri-acetabular osteotomy, proximal femoral osteotomy, open hip debridement, and hip arthroscopy. Hip preservation surgeries prevent degenerative disease and help return people to normal active lives.

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Doctor’s Names and Description

William Robertson, M.D.

Arthroscopic management of FAI/labral tears/abductor tendon tears. Non-operative management of athletic related hip injuries in people of all ages.

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Robert Dimeff, M.D.

Nonoperative management (ultrasound guided injections, shockwave, PRP) of athletic related hip injuries.

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David A. Podeszwa, M.D.

Open surgical management of hip disorders (FAI, dysplasia, SCFE), including pelvic osteotomy and surgical hip dislocation.

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Daniel J. Sucato, M.D., M.S.

Open surgical management of hip disorders (FAI, dysplasia, SCFE), including pelvic osteotomy and surgical hip dislocation.

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Michael H. Huo, M.D.

Specialist in complex revision and primary total hip arthroplasty.

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Henry Ellis, M.D.

Open,  arthroscopic, and conservative management of pediatric and adolescent hip disorders.

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