Treating Hip Conditions in Dallas, TX
Hip pain is never fun, and one of the challenges of the pain is figuring out what is causing it. Your hip is an important joint that enables you to walk, run, and jump. Whether you are an athlete or not, you need it to function correctly. Unfortunately, there is no shortage of conditions that can cause hip pain or discomfort. Fortunately, the physicians at Advanced Spine and Orthopedics have years of experience diagnosing and treating hip conditions. Our Dallas, TX medical facility has all the resources needed to treat your hip and restore mobility and comfort to your life.
Schedule an Appointment With Our Specialists
No matter what is causing your hip pain, you can be assured our specialists will get to the root of your symptoms and treat the problem effectively. We have access to state-of-the-art equipment and the expertise and experience to use it. We believe in a personalized and patient-centered approach, so we use different treatments to handle hip conditions. Our specialists remain at the forefront of the industry due to their willingness to learn new techniques and master new technologies – all to your benefit. Schedule an appointment today.
We Can Treat a Wide Range of Hip Conditions
We treat a range of hip conditions at our practice. The first step is a physical examination and consultation, in which our specialist will arrive at a diagnosis. Once we diagnose your issue, we can begin creating a treatment plan. Some common hip conditions we treat include:
Muscle StrainsMuscle strains are tears in the muscle fibers and are often caused by falls or direct blows. Overuse and overstretching are also common culprits. It can be mild, moderate, or severe.
Hip BursitisHip bursitis is a painful condition caused by significant inflammation in the hip. The bursae are fluid-filled sacs in the joints between bone and soft tissue. They provide crucial cushioning.
Avascular NecrosisThis condition involves bone death due to inadequate blood supply. Sometimes due to fractures or other issues, this condition is serious and requires medical intervention.
Hip FractureHip fractures are serious because they prevent walking, running, and jumping completely. We have several surgical options available for treatment.
Hip DislocationHip dislocation occurs when the head of the femur moves out of the socket and can dislocate backward or forward.
Hip Labral TearThe labrum is the cartilage surrounding the outside rim of your hip joint socket. When it tears, it will impact how well it cushions your hip joints and cause pain.