Your hips work hard during your daily routine (activities), and a hip injury can make it hard for you to perform normal tasks. If your injury is severe, you may begin to experience pain when you are sitting down or trying to sleep.
Sometimes arthroscopic hip surgery is the only option for reducing pain and restoring a normal activity level. If you and your surgeon decide that arthroscopic hip surgery is right for you, the following information will give you an understanding about what to expect.
This section of our website provides information about arthroscopic hip surgery and related issues for patients and their families.
By browsing the site, you will be able to gather information about:
Different types of hip injuries
- Non-surgical options
- Preparation for surgery and what to expect on surgery day
- Different types of hip surgery
- View the hip brochure
The long-term goal of arthroscopic hip surgery is to provide pain relief, restore normal activities of daily living, and enhance your quality of life.