Hip and Joint | Ethos Orthopedic | RIVERSIDE
Our hips and joints are one of the most important elements of the human body. Over the course of our lives, they withstand all sorts of stress, from walking up or down stairs to riding motocross and other sports related events. Compared to the complexity in the shoulder joint, the hips are relatively simple structures. But with the loads our hips continually bear, they can become damaged and painful.
The orthopedic specialists at Ethos Orthopedic Surgeons treat all types of hip pain and damage.
The most common causes of hip pain are osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Other commons causes are hip fractures, bursitis (inflammation of the bursae that cushion the joint), tendinitis, muscle or tendon strains, hip labrum tear (a rip in the ring of cartilage that follows the outside rim of the hip joint socket), cancer, and avascular necrosis caused by fracture or dislocation..
Hip pain that prohibits you from walking comfortably or sleeping should be examined. If you cannot bend your hip, have a fever or notice swelling of the hip or thigh, hip pain treatment may be necessary. Sometimes, a hip problem can manifest as thigh or even back pain.
The orthopedic hip specialists and surgeons of Ethos Orthopedic Surgeons are leaders in their field, offering a wide range of services including minimally invasive treatment options for joint replacement surgery.
With our complete surgical offerings, rehabilitation services, sports medicine coverage, you can expect the best in clinical experience and outcomes.
CONDITIONS WE TREAT
- Hip arthritis
- Hip bursitis
- Hip fracture
- Hip impingement
- Illiotibial band syndrome
- Hip labral tear
TREATMENTS FOR HIP PAIN & INJURY
The orthopedic specialists of Ethos Orthopedic Surgeons treat hip and knee pain using a variety of techniques, including anti-inflammatory medications, physical therapy and surgery. Our team will work with you to create a customized treatment plan to address your specific condition.
Surgical options available include:
- Hip Replacement
- Anterior Approach Total Hip Replacement
- Minimally Invasive Hip Replacement
- Adult Joint Reconstruction
- Primary and Revision Hip and Knee Replacement Surgery
- Hip Resurfacing
- Treatment of Hip and Knee Disorders in Young Adults
- Rapid Recovery Surgery
- Computer Assisted Surgery
- Pelvic Reconstruction
- Pelvic Osteotomy and Hip Impingement Surgery
- Orthopaedic Traumatology
- Joint Preservation Procedures