Hip Joint is the point at which the femur, longest and largest bone in the body, and acetabulum - the cup shaped cavity at the base of the hip joint unite to form a joint.
Arthritis of the hip is a disease which wears away the cartilage between the femoral head and the acetabulum, the two bones will scrape against each other, raw bone on raw bone.
Before deciding on hip surgery, your physician may try several non-surgical, conservative measures to relieve the pain and inflammation in your hip.
Anterior total hip arthroplasty offers significant advantages over standard hip replacement. Although the implants are similar designed with the same goal in mind, the manner...
Dr. Thomas Fishler was born and raised in Riverside, California, where he grew to love the desert from a very young age
Dr. Brian H. Miller grew up in New York and attended Binghamton University, the most selective state school in New York State.
Dr. Kurtis Staples received his MD degree from The Medical College of Wisconsin in his home state of Wisconsin where he graduated
Dr. Ortega's interest in orthopaedic surgery began when he was an orthopaedic patient. While playing West Texas