Hip Arthroscopy Surgeons NJ
As industry innovators, Bergen County-based Kayal Orthopaedic Center surgeons are experts in cutting-edge hip arthroscopy techniques that return patients to activity quickly and with less pain.
Arthroscopy is a minimally invasive procedure providing a clear view of the inside of the hip joint, helping physicians to diagnose and treat hip joint problems. During hip arthroscopy, surgeons insert a small, fiber-optic camera through a tiny incision and into the hip joint. The camera displays pictures on a video screen, allowing surgeons to delicately guide miniature surgical instruments. Among the conditions addressed through hip arthroscopy are loose bodies, osteoarthritis of the hip, labral tears of the hip, and femoroacetabular impingement (FAI).
Though not as common as similar procedures used to treat the shoulder or knee, hip arthroscopy has been successfully performed for many years, and Drs. Kayal and Pope are among the small number of Bergen County NJ orthopedic surgeons to regularly perform the procedure.
Hip arthroscopy is typically considered an outpatient surgery, and is used to treat hip joint pain, loss of motion, snapping, clicking and mechanical conditions such as catching, buckling or giving way. The procedure can often lead to a significant and rapid improvement of hip joint symptoms. Depending on the type of damage present in the hip, many people return to full, unrestricted activities after arthroscopy.
With offices conveniently located in Ridgewood and Franklin Lakes, NJ, our Bergen County orthopedic surgical team also treats patients from Essex County, Hudson County and Passaic County.
If you feel you are a potential candidate for hip arthroscopy, contact our Bergen County, NJ orthopedic practice today to schedule an appointment. To learn more about hip arthroscopy, click here.