Comprehensive Care for the Hip
The hip joint is a ball-and-socket joint that allows the joint to have stability along with a large range of motion. Stability, strength, range of motion and neuromuscular control are all required in order for the joint to function properly. Common hip dysfunctions include fractures, cartilage tears, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and sciatic nerve pain
Hip dysfunction can be treated with many different avenues, depending on your diagnosis, our orthopedic experts may recommend arthroscopic surgery or a more conservative non-operative treatment, such as injections or physical therapy.
If the condition is more severe or advanced, we have orthopedic physicians on staff who specialize in performing total joint replacements.
Call to schedule your appointment today, (907)364-2663.
Conditions We Treat
Sciatic nerve pain
Hip labral tears