Hip Revision Surgery in Wisconsin

Aurora Health Care: Experts in Hip Revision Surgery

More than 300,000 hip replacement surgeries are performed each year in the United States – but the artificial joints used do not last forever.

Sometimes artificial hip joints are damaged over time due to infection or even years of normal wear and tear. Hip revision surgery helps to correct the problem, so the hip can function normally again – and helps patients maintain active lifestyles.

Choosing hip revision surgery

You may want to discuss hip revision surgery with your Aurora Health Care doctor if you notice:

  • Mechanical loosening
  • Infection in the joint
  • Fracture of the bone around the joint
  • Instability of the implant
  • Wear of one or more parts of the implant
  • Breakage of the implant
  • Increased pain
  • Loss of mobility

In most cases, warning signs like increased pain and loss of mobility are early indications that hip revision surgery is necessary. Fortunately, many patients have less pain and better mobility after hip revision surgery.

Aurora Joint Academy - Preparing You for Surgery

Prior to hip revision surgery, you’ll attend the Aurora Joint Academy. You’ll learn what to expect and can ask questions of our hip orthopedic surgeons who are trained to perform this hip revision surgery.

After total hip revision surgery, your Aurora Health Care doctors and therapists will work closely with you to develop a personalized plan for your rehabilitation to help you restore function, reduce pain and get back to daily activities.

Learn about Aurora's orthopedic rehabilitation.

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