Hip Surgery

Hip joint as well as pelvis, in which this joint is located, play an efficient role in actions of healthy standing, walking and running. Patients often encounter problems such as pain in groin speading to inner surface of thigh, swelling, limping and limited joint mobility in the presence of infections, osteoporosis, tumors, and fractures and dislocations caused by unhealthy development of hip joint as from birth or those acquired in later stages of life. Posture disorder, limping, leg length discrepancies, limited joint mobility, pain and tenderness around thigh are conditions which must be examined.

Areas of Interest of Hip Surgery

  • Dislocation of the Hip (Adult and Child)
  • Hip Joint Cartilage Problems
  • Bone and Joint Infections
  • Fractures and Dislocations
  • Tumors
  • Sports Injuries