Arthrodesis of the hip is the the surgical fusion of the hip, with a goal to restore, strengthen and stabilize a weak hip joint.
Arthroscopic debridement is the medical procedure that removes debris from the hip joint.
A hip cast is also called a hip spica cast. It corrects hip dysplasia and other conditions in infants and children.
If you have hip pain, you may want to wear custom orthotics in your footwear or on your body to help correct alignment.
If you're healing from hip surgery, you'll need physical therapy. If you have hip pain, physical therapy may help.
There are hip stabilizers and hip braces, both of which are types of hip orthotics.
In many cases, the solution for hip dislocation or hip impingement is medical realignment, also called an osteotomy.
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections are a type of regenerative therapy that uses your body's own healing properties in blood to treat pain and stimulate healing.
It's common to have hip replacement surgery using a robotic arm, which makes the surgery more accurate. During this surgery, damaged bone is replaced with an implant to work like a natural hip joint.
Pain and inflammation in the hip joint(s) are the main reason that doctors prescribe steroid injections. Steroid injections help reduce inflammation and pain.
Surgical realignment is a procedure for doctors to get the hip joint back into its proper position after accidents, falls and other trauma.
Femoroacetabular (hip) impingement is a condition where extra bone growths in your hip joint cause pain. Surgical repair on the hips is often used to fix this pain.
A tendon transfer is a surgery where your doctor removes a non-functioning tendon in the hip.