Session: Hip Arthroscopy

Hip Arthroscopy


Hip arthroscopy is a surgical technique in which an orthopedic surgeon uses an arthroscope to examine the inside of the hip joint. Hip Arthroscopy are intended to fix underlying structural issues and restore optimal joint health and function. The most known form of hip problem know as femoral acetabular impingement. Hip Arthroscopy realign abnormal bony structure in the hip joint to regain a proper fit between the ball and socket. It also reforms the structural damage in the hip. This surgical approach increases surgical precision and minimizes the number and size of surgical incisions.

·         Hip Anatomy
·         Indications to Hip Arthroscopy
·         Operative Procedure
·         Complications and Risk Factors