Hip Replacement Surgery Daytona Beach FL

Hip Pain Treatment at The Orthopedic Clinic

If you’re experiencing hip pain, stiffness, limited motion, or weakness, it can be difficult to live your best life. At The Orthopedic Clinic, we want you to live your best life in full motion. That’s why we provide:

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Our Approach to Hip Treatment and Recovery

We provide innovative, minimally invasive hip treatments. These treatments typically allow for faster recovery, less pain, and in some cases, minimal muscle cutting. They include:

  • Anterior approach hip replacement
  • Posterior approach hip replacement
  • Hip arthroscopy
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Why Choose Our Hip Experts?

At The Orthopedic Clinic, we give our patients the ability to live their very best life in full motion. We approach hip care with this mindset, customizing our treatment plan for you. Why? Because you deserve the best. Our staff is dedicated to providing the best care possible — that includes being knowledgeable and able to answer any of your questions and committing to your patient experience.

At The Orthopedic Clinic, we offer:

  • A minimally invasive approach to surgery for the fastest recovery possible
  • Multiple physicians who perform anterior approach hip replacements
  • On-site physical therapy centers for a seamless patient experience

Hip Treatments and Procedures

Hip Replacement Daytona Beach FL

Problems with your hip can be caused by a number of things, so it’s always best to see a physician to get an accurate diagnosis and effective treatment plan. We routinely perform several hip treatments at The Orthopedic Clinic, including:

Anterior Approach Hip Replacement

Performed on a special Hana table made of carbon fiber, we use an X-ray during anterior approach hip replacement procedures to assist in successfully placing the replacement components. The advantages of our approach include:

  • Less cutting of the muscles
  • Faster recovery
  • Less pain after the procedure
  • Lower risk of hip dislocation
  • May be performed as an outpatient procedure

Posterior Approach Hip Replacement

For this minimally invasive approach, we use muscle-sparing techniques through a small incision, repairing and reattaching the muscles at the end of surgery. The advantages of our approach include:

  • Faster recovery
  • Less pain after the procedure
  • May be performed as an outpatient procedure

Birmingham Hip Resurfacing

Some patients may qualify for a Birmingham hip resurfacing procedure, which removes a few centimeters of bone, shaping it to fit tightly inside the Birmingham hip resurfacing implant. The advantages of our approach include:

  • Less bone removal
  • Lower risk of hip dislocation
  • Lower risk of revision
  • May be performed as an outpatient procedure

Hip Arthroscopy

We insert a small camera into the hip through small incisions, which helps us diagnose and repair problems inside the hip joint. This minimally invasive approach can lead to a faster recovery with fewer complications. Often called hip scope, hip arthroscopy is a minor procedure when compared to other replacement surgeries — requiring minimal recovery time and being less invasive.

Can Hip Replacement be Done as an Outpatient Surgery?

Advances in medicine and surgical procedures have made ambulatory surgery possible — even for total hip replacements. Outpatient surgery for hip replacements isn’t for everybody. Whether or not you can have a hip replacement done as an outpatient surgery depends on a variety of factors, including:

  • Whether you can take care of yourself at home
  • Severity of your hip replacement
  • Family history and conditions specific to your hip replacement
  • Your overall health

Most Common Causes of Hip Pain

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Signs and Symptoms of Serious Hip Injury

A person suffering from a hip injury will notice a limit on their range of motion, and the pain gets worse with continued activity. However, if the injury is serious, the person will also likely experience:

  • Cracking sound at the time of a fall or impact to the hip
  • Intense, sharp pain
  • Limping
  • Difficulty moving legs
  • Inability to walk without support
  • Difficulty sleeping due to intense hip pain
  • It hurts to walk or climb stairs
  • Pain even while resting

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Are You Having Trouble Walking Due to Hip Pain?

Our hip specialists can help. We can help you determine the source of your pain to create a custom treatment plan for your needs, so you can get back to the things you love to do.

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