If you experience persistent or severe hip pain or any accompanying symptoms, it’s essential to seek medical evaluation from your orthopedic specialist. Proper diagnosis is crucial to determine the underlying cause of the pain and develop an appropriate treatment plan. Treatment options may include rest, physical therapy, pain medication, corticosteroid injections, or in some cases, surgery, depending on the specific condition and individual needs.
In cases of severe injuries, fractures, advanced arthritis, or conditions that do not respond to conservative treatments, surgery may be considered. Procedures may involve hip replacement, hip resurfacing, labral repair, or hip arthroscopy.
Please note that the appropriateness of these surgical procedures depends on the individual’s specific hip condition, symptoms, and the expertise of your orthopedic surgeon. Non-surgical treatments, such as physical therapy or medications, are often considered as the first line of management for many hip conditions, and surgery is typically reserved for cases where conservative measures have not provided adequate relief or for more severe hip conditions. Always consult with an orthopedic surgeon to determine the most suitable treatment plan for your specific hip condition.
Physical Modalities: Other therapies such as ultrasound, electrical stimulation, or traction may be utilized to reduce pain and promote healing.
The treatment plan will be tailored to each individual’s specific needs and condition. It’s crucial to follow the guidance of an orthopedic specialist for an accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment to effectively manage hip pain and facilitate a successful recovery.
Board certified, fellowship trained orthopaedic shoulder, knee, hip, and sports medicine specialist managing injuries both non-operatively and operatively by specifically utilizing evidence-based medicine and minimally invasive techniques.
Board certified orthopedic surgeon with extensive experience in diagnosis, treatment and management of spine, bone or joint condition, and specializes in reconstruction of the shoulder, hip, and knee, including total joint replacement.
Board-certified and fellowship-trained in both reconstructive and spine surgery with extensive experience in the management of complex conditions, diagnosis and treatment of:general orthopedics, spine disorders, sports medicine, orthopedic upper and lower extremities.
General orthopedic surgeon treating musculoskeletal condition with a particular interest in shoulder, hip, and knee joint replacement, shoulder and knee arthroscopy, and fracture care. Dr. Vaughan is a board-eligible orthopedic surgeon with experience in complex conditions, treatment and management.