21 May New Study Shows Hip Surgery Comes with Risks! Free Lecture in Sarasota in June.
New Study Shows Hip Surgery Comes with Risks!
Hip Arthroscopy ”Hip arthroscopy is an evolving surgical tool, and with any new procedure, it is important to learn from the complications encountered. As Americans age there is more people looking for answers who suffer from hip osteoarthritis. Studies show there are significant complications that can occur with hip arthoscopy as well as total hip replacements. Platelet Rich Plasma , Stem Cell Injections and other regenerative therapies offer a natural answer to permanently strengthening the hip joint for many seeking alternative to surgery.
Instability after hip arthroscopy is due to a number of factors, including excessive rim trimming, capsulotomy, overzealous labral resection, or inadequate labral repair. A recent study emphasizes the importance of the ligaments and small disruptions of the hip capsule in patients with mild dysplasia. Regenerative therapies offer a less invasive and more robust return to activity. Come Explore Regenerative Therapies in a free seminar with Dr. John Lieurance & Dr. Wellington Chen on June 12th or June 26th . RSVP (941) 330-8553. See GeckoJointandSpine.com
Mei-Dan O, McConkey MO, Brick M. Catastrophic Failure of Hip Arthroscopy Due to Iatrogenic Instability: Can Partial Division of the Ligamentum Teres and Iliofemoral Ligament Cause Subluxation? Arthroscopy. 2012 Jan 31. [Epub ahead of print]