Dr Andrew Dutton News & Updates
The blood carries oxygen and nutrients to the different parts of the body, including our bones. So what happens when the blood supply has been cut off? Without adequate blood supply, the bone may die, leading to avascular necrosis (AVN). If left untreated, it could lead to bone collapse and damage. One of the recommended treatments for AVN is core hip decompression.
A hip labral tear can be excruciatingly painful, making it nearly impossible to walk. Now, If you’re wondering about that pain in your hip and groin, then you should know this: Hip pain can occur due to a plethora of reasons, including a hip labral tear, which can go undiagnosed for long periods. Among the symptoms are hip and groin pain, instability, and a clicking sound when moving your hip. Find out everything you need to know about hip labral tears, symptoms, and treatments on our new blog now!
Strong, balanced, and pain-free hips are crucial to improving walking or running strides and preventing injuries during motion. However, the hip socket joint can experience inflammation and pain. Chronic hip pain can take a toll on both mental and physical health. The pain, which can radiate to the legs, buttocks, and lower back, impairs one’s movement and ability to perform everyday tasks. To help alleviate pain, we’ve listed ways to relieve hip socket pain.
By 2030, the total hip replacements conducted annually in the US is forecast to exceed the 600,000 mark owed mostly to an ageing population, according to the National Library of Medicine. The prevalence of hip replacement surgery adds weight to claims that it is among the most common and most accepted joint replacement procedures globally. But how does Hip Replacement differ from Hip Arthroplasty or Hip Arthroscopy, and who is a good candidate for such an operation?
How you bounce back from a total hip replacement is a journey where you play a significant role in its outcome. Read about what to expect during recovery and how you can ensure an uncomplicated healing process in our recent blog!
A fractured hip is one of the most frequent fractures seen in the emergency rooms and orthopedic trauma teams.
Troubled by persistent discomfort on your hips? We’ve all been there before, and that’s because this joint is one of the most overworked in the body.