This procedure is sought after by patients who have been experiencing chronic hip pain due to a variety of factors.
Most patients experience osteoarthritis, which is a condition that comes about due to excessive use of the hip joint.
As with a total hip replacement, this procedure is sought after by patients who have been experiencing chronic hip pain due to a variety of factors.
The main difference with this procedure and a total hip replacement is that in a hip resurfacing procedure, we do not replace the femoral head of the patient.
Severe pain in the knee joint is commonly treated with potent medication and physical therapy. When these measures do not suffice, a knee replacement may be a viable option.
Medication and physical therapy is commonly used to treat moderate to severe pain in the knee or other joints. When these measures do not suffice, an arthroscopy may be a good option to help “clean out” the joint in order to get rid of scar tissue or other elements that may be inflicting pain.
Carpal tunnel syndrome affects a large portion of the population, and is a condition that has a very high correlation to “desk-jobs”. Poor posture of the hands and wrists can lead patients to carpal tunnel syndrome.
Platelet rich plasma has become a very viable NON-SURGICAL option for patients seeking improvement of sports related injuries or for rejuvenation purposes. Although, there are other applications, our medical team focuses on the use of PRP for body injuries.