Is hip pain is impacting your everyday activities?
Why Does My Hip Hurt?
Your hip is a flexible joint. When it is injured, the pain can reduce your hip’s flexibility and motion significantly. A variety of problems can develop, including arthritis, fractures, inflammation, muscle strains, and even cancer.
There are many causes of hip joint pain. Early Evaluation and treatment can provide pain relief even without surgery. Bone and Joint Specialists have devoted our practice to the nonsurgical treatment of joint pain/arthritis as well as total joint replacement.
Most Hip problems fall into four categories:
- Hip Tendon inflammation or Hip Tendon Tears
- Hip Instability or Dislocation
- Arthritis of the Hip
- Hip Fracture (broken bone)
Hip Pain Symptoms
Common hip complaints include groin pain, clicking and popping, pain with particular movements, pain that moves into our thighs, and difficulty bending.
Hip Pain Treatment
Our orthopedic hip specialists at Bone and Joint Specialists offer a full range of treatments for patients of all ages with all types of hip problems. The hip specialists at Bone and Joint Specialists will diagnose your hip pain and discuss all the available treatment options with you.
Orthopedic Hip Specialists
Bone and Joint hip specialists are at the forefront of the latest orthopedic techniques and continue to pioneer new and innovative orthopedic procedures. Offering a full range of cutting-edge hip treatments allows us the most comprehensive approach to hip conditions.
Our Hip Experts
Surgical and Non-surgical Treatments for Hip Pain
Bone and Joint Specialists Orthopaedic Hip Surgeon Dr. William Kohen and Dr. Philip Schmitt, are hip specialists in the treatment of hip injuries and hip disorders, including arthritis and trauma. He understands the importance of getting you back to an Active Lifestyle.
Dr. Kohen and Dr. Schmitt can evaluate and diagnose your hip pain injuries and conditions, and provide a customized treatment plan that is exclusive to you. They will explore conservative nonsurgical methods first, such as physical therapy, including individualized hip exercises to relieve your pain. However, if surgery is necessary to allow you to continue an active lifestyle, Dr. Kohen and Dr. Schmitt will employ specialized techniques that are minimally invasive and can lead to quicker recovery times.
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