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  • Hip Arthroscopy

    Hip patients may not be used to hearing words like these from a surgeon. But times are changing. In the past, most hip procedures involved surgically opening the hip area.

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  • Hip Labral Repair

    The labrum is a ring of cartilage that acts like a rubber seal or gasket in body joints such as the hip and shoulder. In the hip, the labrum helps secure the ball at the top of your thigh bone into your hip socket.

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  • FAI Hip Surgery

    Hip impingement is when part of the soft tissue around the hip socket gets pinched or compressed. For example, the soft tissue called the labrum can become frayed or torn.

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  • Acetabuloplasty

    The labrum can be affected by the ball of the thigh bone or the socket (acetabulum) it fits into. The socket can be too deep, it can extend more than normal, or it can be damaged when people play repetitive sports.

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  • Capsular Plication

    A hip can become unstable when the capsule, or lining of the joint, becomes unusually loose.

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  • Femoral Osteoplasty

    In cases where the labrum is injured because the ball of the thigh bone (femur) is pushing into the hip joint’s socket, osteoplasty may be needed.

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  • Cartilage Restoration

    Articular cartilage is a smooth type of cartilage covering the ends of the bones that form the hip socket.

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  • Derotational Osteotomy

    Some people’s thighs are not properly rotated – in other words, they are somewhat twisted – and this can cause the patient to walk improperly.

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  • Peri-Acetabular Osteotomy

    When the hip socket is not properly formed, damage to the joint often results, along with pain and limited movement.

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  • Rehabilitative Programs and Physical Therapy

    Physical therapy and hip rehabilitation are often a valuable part of Dr. Bharam’s multidisciplinary approach. PT not only can help patients heal, it can often help identify the injury or a hidden condition.

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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
  • Ambra Health
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