Our hip preservation team offers comprehensive treatment to relieve hip pain and help you avoid hip replacement surgery.
The hip is an incredibly complicated area of the body. And when your hip hurts, it can be a debilitating source of pain that can prevent you from living an active, pain-free life.
Our hip preservation experts are focused on easing your pain and restoring function. Hip problems like dysplasia, labral tears, synovial tears, cartilage injuries, bursitis, and tendonitis can lead to arthritis and a hip replacement if left untreated.
Cutting edge techniques such as pediatric hip surgery, arthroscopy, femoral osteotomies, periacetabular osteotomies, and surgical hip dislocations treat a range of disorders and help you avoid hip replacement surgery.
If you suffer from any persistent hip or groin pain, it is a good idea to see a hip preservation specialist.
Hip Conditions Treated
|Articular Cartilage Damage||Hamstring Injury||Rheumatoid Arthritis|
|Avascular Necrosis||Hip Dysplasia||Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis (SCFE)|
|Bursitis||Hip Impingement||Snapping Hip Syndrome|
|Cartilage Injury||Hip Pain||Synovitis|
|Dislocated Hip||Labrum Tear||Tendonitis|
|Femoroacetabular Impingement||Osteoarthritis||Trochanteric Bursitis|
|Fracture||Perthes Disease||Tendonopathies of the Hip|
Hip Tests and Treatments
|Arthroscopy||Hip Dislocation Surgery||Osteotomy|
|Bone Marrow Aspirate Concentrate||Hip Injection||Physical Therapy|
|Chondroplasty||Hip Surgery||Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP)|
|Core Decompression||Labral Repair||Tendon Repair|
Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush Excellence in Hip Preservation
Our team of sports medicine surgeons, pediatric orthopedic surgeons, orthopedic trauma surgeons, rehabilitation specialists and physical therapists is dedicated to providing the best care available. We offer treatment options backed by evidence and help guide you through the approach that is right for you.
Our hip preservation surgeons are among the nation's most experienced which means we make data-driven decisions — and that may mean you don't need surgery. With innovative research and the latest technology, our team helps patients achieve better surgical outcomes. In fact, our hip surgeons have been able to reduce our patients' need for revision surgery or subsequent hip replacement after five years from 36% to 3% — by stabilizing the hip joint during surgery.