When hip pain started severely limiting his activities of daily living, Jeffrey Brown turned to Scott Wingerter, M.D., Ph.D, board-certified orthopedic surgeon at Dickson-Diveley Orthopaedics.
Jeffrey was diagnosed at an early age with Perthes disease, a chronic condition caused by loss of blood flow to the femoral head of the hip joint. As the years went on, he developed arthritis and found that conservative (nonsurgical) treatment options offered little to no pain relief. Dr. Wingerter recommended total hip replacement surgery.
Jeffrey says he was “blown away” by his very positive surgical experience and outcome. Today, he is back to enjoying a very active lifestyle. Watch as Jeffrey and Dr. Wingerter tell his story in more detail:
Patients with severe hip pain or other hip conditions may find the following information helpful:
- Hip Surgery: Total Hip Replacement
- Total Hip Replacement: Bill’s Story
- Total Hip Replacement: Bob’s Story
- Total Hip Replacement: Honore’s Story
- Total Hip Replacement: Crystal’s Story
For more information about hip replacement or other orthopedic procedures, please make an appointment by calling 913-319-7600.
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