Hip

Hip Osteoarthritis

Hip osteoarthritis is one of the top ten most common causes of disability world-wide. It causes pain and reduces our ability to take part in daily activities like walking, climbing stairs, and getting in and out of the car.

The current treatment options are non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) and pain killers that come with a lot of side effects, or a steroid injection that provides temporary relief but damages the joint.

The surgical option of Total Hip Replacement is mainly indicated for severe stage 4 arthritis which is known as “bone on bone”.

Our procedures preserve function and mobility and decrease pain with minimal side effects.

We specialise in helping people with Stage 1-3 hip arthritis. Our unique team approach and outpatient Cell Therapy procedures may help reduce your pain and restore your hip function.

Call our patient care coordinators today to see if you are a candidate!

Hip Osteoarthritis

Hip Tendonitis

Hip tendonitis can affect multiple areas of the hip. It can affect the front (psoas tendon), the side (glutes and piriformis tendon) and the back of the hip (hamstring tendon). The symptoms may mimic hip arthritis. If hip tendonitis is untreated, it can lead to hip arthritis because of uneven forces on the hip joint. Often patients with hip arthritis have some hip tendonitis as they put more force on those tendons to avoid hip pain. This might also result in hip bursitis.

Hip tendonitis causes pain and reduces our ability to take part in daily activities like walking, climbing stairs, and getting in and out of the car, similar to hip arthritis.

The current treatment options are non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) and pain killers that have a lot of side effects, or a steroid injection that provides temporary relief but weakens and may rupture the tendon.

The surgical options include sewing the tear, cutting the tendon, or lengthening a tight tendon and might help the pain temporarily; however, these procedures do not address the biomechanics of gait and posture. Often the pain and dysfunction return.

Surgical options are mainly indicated for traumatic tendon injury and not for chronic degenerative tendon disease.

Our procedures preserve function and mobility and decrease pain with minimal side effects.

We specialise in helping people with hip tendonitis with or without hip arthritis. Our unique team approach and outpatient Cell Therapy procedures may help reduce your pain and restore your hip function.

Call our patient care coordinators today to see if you are a candidate!

Psoas Tendon
Glutes Tendon
Hamstring Tendon

Are you or a loved one battling the daily challenges of arthritis joint pain? Are you struggling to find the right arthritis treatment? You are not alone. At Arthritis VIP, we understand that arthritis is more than just joint pain. Our clinic, led by Dr. Mark Hawass, MD, offers a revolutionary approach to osteoarthritis pain relief that tackles the underlying causes that contribute to arthritis.

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