Hip Preservation Center

If you are experiencing hip joint pain, it may be time to see an expert in hip preservation. Taking action now may preserve function and decrease your chances of injury in the future. Our hip specialists utilize proven preservation options to treat a broad range of hip conditions that can occur at any stage of life.

The specialists at the Mercy Health Hip Preservation Center provide patients in southern Ohio and beyond with the right diagnosis and treatment plan that will help them return to their active life as quickly as possible. These options often involve minimally invasive treatments and, in some cases, reduce the need for more extensive surgeries.

The Hip Preservation Center can treat the following hip conditions:

  • Arthroscopic management of femoroacetabular impingement
  •  Arthroscopic labral repair and reconstruction
  •  Revision hip arthroscopy and complex capsular injuries
  •  Hip cartilage microfracture and removal of loose bodies
  •  Hip instability / snapping hip syndromes
  •  Abductor injuries and tears (gluteus medius / minimus)
  •  Proximal hamstring ruptures
  •  Other soft tissue injuries around the hip (hip flexor injuries; adductor injuries)

Related Programs & Services

Using a multi-disciplined approach to the understanding of hip pain and treatment, the Center combines the expertise of a wide variety of health care professionals including orthopaedic surgeons, rehabilitation specialists, radiologists, physiatrists, physical therapists, and a multitude of musculoskeletal experts and clinical researchers in a single center so that patients benefit from a coordinated treatment experience.

Follow up with one of our hip specialists to find out what is best for you.

Physicians offering this service include:

Dr. Sanjeev Bhatia  View Dr. Sanjeev Bhatia's Bio

Dr. Sanjeev Bhatia is a board-eligible orthopaedic surgeon specializing in sports medicine and arthroscopic treatment of hip, knee and shoulder injuries. Dr. Bhatia brings with him unique experience in repairing and reconstructing hip labral tears, which are common in many athletes—particularly hockey, soccer and football players, as well as golfers, tennis enthusiasts and ballet dancers.