Session: Hip Arthroplasty

Hip Arthroplasty


Total Hip Arthroplasty is a surgical operation in which both diseased and damaged surfaces of the hip joint are replaced with prosthetic replacements. Hip Arthroplasty provides reliable outcomes for patients’ suffering from end-stage degenerative hip osteoarthritis (OA), specifically pain relief, functional restoration, and overall improved quality of life. A lot of advancements occurred in hip research over the last decade, but patient age, medical problems, hip disease, activity status, and possible fracture characteristics should all be taken into account while considering hip replacement surgery. It is one of the cost effective successful surgeries performed in orthopaedics. THA provide consistent short term and long term pain relief and positive patient reported clinical and functional outcome.

·         Improving outcomes in THA- A personalized Approach
·         Clinical findings on complex reconstruction outcome
·         Postoperative complications
·         Hip preservation Surgery and Revision