Hip Arthroscopy

Hip Arthroscopy

Arthroscopy is a minimally invasive technique of surgery in which a fiber-optic camera is guided though small poke-holes (or “portals”) into the hip. This technique can be used to treat a limited number of hip disorders. These include:

  • Torn or frayed cartilage
  • Removal of loose fragments within the joint
  • Impingement, where bony spurs collide during normal range of motion
  • Some infections

More information can be found at www.aana.org

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