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  • The Impact of Surgeon Experience on Patient Outcomes in Hip Arthroscopy

    The Impact of Surgeon Experience on Patient Outcomes in Hip Arthroscopy

    Hip arthroscopy is a relatively new procedure compared to hip replacement. It is a highly specialized and hard to diagnose procedure that offers athletes relief from hip pain and the ability to return to play.

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  • The Power of Orthobiologics in Treating Sports Injuries

    The Power of Orthobiologics in Treating Sports Injuries

    According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, nearly 2 million people suffer sports related injuries every year. These injuries can result from sports accidents, inadequate training, improper use of protective devices, or insufficient warm-ups.

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  • The Concept of Hip Preservation

    The Concept of Hip Preservation

    Approximately 60 million children and teens participate in athletics each year. This number doesn’t include all the athletes who participate in sports after the age of 18 and well into their 20’s and 30’s.

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  • Hip Injuries in Teen Sports

    Hip Injuries in Teen Sports

    Considering the growth spurts teens experience and the intense activity athletics require of them, it’s not a surprise that hip injuries can occur among teen athletes.

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  • Groin Injuries in Athletes

    Groin Injuries in Athletes

    Groin injuries in athletes can be painful and relentless. Athletes can sit on the sidelines due to groin pain if left untreated. 

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  • Rehab after Arthroscopy on Your Peloton

    Rehab after Arthroscopy on Your Peloton

    With over 7 million subscribers, Peloton is quickly becoming a household name and fixture. In 2020, Peloton CEO John Foley said the fitness company was aiming for 100 million subscribers.

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  • Top Groin Injuries in Athletes

    Top Groin Injuries in Athletes

    Groin injuries comprise about 2 to 5 percent of all sports injuries and are more commonly seen in sports such football, soccer, basketball, running, ice hockey, and Lacrosse.

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  • Benefits of Hip Arthroscopy for Athletes

    Benefits of Hip Arthroscopy for Athletes

    Athletes push their bodies physically whether in workouts, practices, or sport. However, pain or injury can keep even the most determined athlete on the sideline.

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  • Avascular Necrosis Treatment Options

    Avascular Necrosis Treatment Options

    Avascular necrosis happens when blood is prevented from reaching bone tissue. Once cut off from its blood supply, the bone tissue loses access to vital nutrients that it needs to stay healthy. Over time, the bone can experience tiny breaks that make it unstable....

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  • Finding the Best Hip Surgeon in New York City

    Finding the Best Hip Surgeon in New York City

    Finding the Best Hip Surgeon in New York City Hip surgery is not uncommon, and in fact, it is reported that over two-and-a-half million people are living with a hip replacement in the U.S. The question is: how do you find the best hip surgeon for your procedure? Start...

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  • American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine
  • Arthroscopy Association of North America
  • International Society for Hip Arthroscopy
  • American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
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