Common Injuries:
Hip Bursitis
Inflammatory Arthritis of the Hip (Synovitis)
Osteoarthritis of the Hip
Osteonecrosis of the Hip
Bone Spurs
Hip Fractures
Snapping Hip Syndrome

Procedures Performed:
Arthroscopy of the Hip-Diagnostic
Arthroscopic Impingement Resection
Arthroscopic Labral Debridement & Repair
Arthroscopic Synovectomy
Arthroscopic Capsule Release
Arthroscopic Loose Body Removal
Arthroscopic Articular Cartilage Repair
Arthroscopic Articular Cartilage Debridement
Arthroscopic Treatment of Trochanteric Bursitis

Did You Know?
A click or sharp, shooting pain in the hip experienced while walking may be a sign of a condition called snapping hip. Most common in girls, this condition frequently goes untreated for very long periods of time, but can be painful when aggravated by injury. It is caused when the movement of tendons over the bones of the hip is temporarily stopped or slowed by contact with the bone, creating a snapping sensation. It is most common in young athletes, especially girls, and is not noticeable in x-rays. If you or your child experience a snapping sensation in the hip during motion and x-rays are negative, it is best to be checked for snapping hip syndrome.