Total Hip Arthroplasty


A Total Hip Arthroplasty is performed on patients suffering from knee pain and disability to restore function. During this procedure, the damaged cartilage and bone are removed from the hip. New, artificial implants replicating the ball and socket mechanism of the hip joint are positioned to restore the alignment and function of the hip.


What It Treats

A Total Hip Arthroplasty can alleviate pain and/or disability resulting from a variety of conditions, including arthritis, fractures, instability, or other injury.

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