Hip conditions can interfere with daily activities and quality of life. Sometimes, pain or discomfort persists even when an individual is at rest – and in some cases, pain may be present in areas other than hip, such as the back or groin. Hip replacement surgery is a treatment option for patients with severe hip pain or conditions not relieved by medications, walking aids, physical therapy and other non-surgical methods. The most common procedure is known as total hip replacement.
In the following video, Dickson-Diveley Orthopaedics patient Bob Reynolds shares his experience with diagnosing his hip problem – avascular necrosis – and getting it treated with total hip replacement surgery performed by Dr. Scott Wingerter.
Patients with other hip conditions may find the following information helpful:
- Total Hip Replacement: What Should Patients Expect?
- Hip Pain: What are Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI) and Labral Tears?
- Hip Pain: What is Avascular Necrosis (Osteonecrosis)?
- What are the treatment options for hip conditions at Dickson-Diveley Orthopaedics?
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