Arthroscopic Hip Surgery in Wisconsin
Minimally Invasive Orthopedic Surgery for Hip Pain
Hip surgery has never been easier, thanks to arthroscopic techniques. Aurora Health Care’s orthopedic hip surgeons were among the first in Wisconsin to introduce hip arthroscopy procedures – a less-invasive treatment that dramatically reduces recovery times and scarring.
Hip arthroscopy surgery is a minimally invasive procedure to treat certain types of hip pain. During a hip arthroscopy procedure, surgeons make small incisions near your hip and look inside the hip joint. They use tiny cameras and micro-instruments to find and repair damaged tissue.
With arthroscopy, the surgeon can:
- Remove bits of cartilage that are loose
- Remove or repair tears in the hip cartilage
- Treat hip joint impingement, a common cause of hip pain
- Perform a biopsy
- Treat synovitis (inflamed lining of the joint)
Faster recovery with less pain and scarring
With innovative hip arthroscopy surgery, our team can treat many of your hip conditions on an outpatient basis, so you can avoid a lengthy hospital stay.
And since only small incisions are used in hip arthroscopy, the surgery is less traumatic than other procedures. This means faster recovery times and less scarring.
Aurora Health Care also offers post-surgical rehabilitation. Our hip arthroscopy surgeons and therapists work closely with you to develop an individualized rehab plan to help you restore function, reduce pain and get back to your daily activities.
Learn more about this procedure by viewing this hip arthroscopy video.
You don’t have to live with hip pain. Let the hip orthopedic experts at Aurora Health Care alleviate your pain with our minimally invasive hip arthroscopy surgery.
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