Hip Pain Treatment in Sarasota
Your hips bear the weight of your body, day in and day out, which is why hip injuries can be especially painful and debilitating. Whether your injury is due to arthritis, a fall, or a sports-related injury, you’ll want the best orthopedic treatment possible to relieve your pain permanently and get you back to your daily activities.
That’s why patients like you turn to Dr. John Moor at Advanced Sports Medicine Center. Dr. Moor specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of hip pain. He works with patients to identify what is causing the pain as well as all possible treatment options. Most often, conservative therapies may be applied first, such as pain management injections (like corticosteroids or stem cell and PRP therapy) or physical therapy. However, there are circumstances when surgery, such as a joint replacement procedure, is necessary.
Common Hip Pain Problems
At Advanced Sports Medicine Center, we have the expertise needed to properly diagnose and treat hip conditions such as:
- Hip arthritis
- Hip dislocation
- Hip fractures
- Hip labral tear
- Osteonecrosis of the hip
Hip Surgery Procedures
We perform the following hip surgeries:
- Hip arthroscopy
- Hip fracture repair
- Hip replacement with anterior approach (from the front)
- Hip replacement with lateral approach (from the side)
- Hip replacement with posterior approach (from the back)
- Hip resurfacing
- Hip revision surgery
- Minimally invasive hip replacement (arthroplasty)
- Total hip replacement
At Advanced Sports Medicine Center, we use MicroPort Orthopedics products for hip joint replacement procedures, including the minimally invasive SuperPath® technique.
Videos: SuperPath® Approach to Total Hip Replacement
At Advanced Sports Medicine Center in Sarasota, Florida, we use MicroPort Orthopedics’ SuperPath approach to total hip replacement. The SuperPath technique is a minimally invasive surgical procedure which approaches the hip joint from the back (posterior), with an incision higher up (superior) to traditional hip surgeries. It involves making a small incision at the side of the hip and no cutting of critical muscles and tendons in the area.
Watch the below videos for more information:
This brief overview explains the benefits of the SuperPath technique.
This Access Health segment follows 2 patients after their hip replacement surgeries utilizing the SuperPath technique.
Tissue preservation and stability of SuperPath hip replacement approach
Length of hospital stay with SuperPath hip replacement approach
Contact Dr. Moor, Orthopedic Surgeon at Advanced Sports Medicine Center
For the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of hip pain and other problems affecting your hips, call Advanced Sports Medicine Center today at (941) 957-1500. Or request your appointment now. We look forward to seeing you in our office in Sarasota, Florida.