Hip Surgery

La Peer Surgery Center is the go-to resource for patients suffering from hip conditions and injuries in the Beverly Hills area. Our Hip Surgery Program specializes in minimally invasive, state-of-the-art procedures and covers hip ailments ranging from arthritis care over fracture repair to hip replacement and beyond.

If you have been experiencing hip pain or if you suffer from chronic hip pain, o ur team of highly trained and specialized orthopedic surgeons will guide you through the entire process of finding relief. We will answer any and all of your questions and share our expert recommendations for surgery options based on your specific condition and anatomy. Learn more about the Hip Surgery Program below.

Hip Surgical Procedures:

Hip Arthroscopy

Hip Arthroscopy is a minimally invasive procedure that is used to treat joint conditions or injuries of the hip, including hip dysplasia, hip arthritis, hip joint infections and cartilage tears. With smaller incisions, faster recovery times, less pain after the surgery and a lower risk of complications, hip arthroscopy helps patients recover from treatment much faster than with open surgery.

Hip Fracture Surgery

Hip fracture surgery can treat a wide variety of fractures, from stress fractures to breaks caused by degenerative conditions. Our surgeons will diagnose the cause of the fracture through X-rays or an MRI to determine the best fracture surgery.

Hip Arthritis

Hip arthritis is an inflammatory condition in the hip socket. Rotating the arthritic hip bone with an osteotomy may be best for younger patients with mild arthritis, while hip replacement surgery is often required for older patients with advanced arthritis.

Hip Osteotomy

Osteotomy means to cut bone, and a hip osteotomy involves the cutting and realigning of bones into a new position. A deformed or misaligned hip socket causing hip dysplasia, mild hip arthritis and a deformed or improperly formed femur can all be treated using different types of hip osteotomy procedures.

Hip Bursitis Surgery

Hip Bursitis is an inflammatory condition of the bursa, a collection of tiny jelly-like sacs. When activity modification or anti-inflammatory medications don’t relieve the inflammation, hip bursitis surgery removes the bursa using a minimally invasive arthroscope.

Hip Dislocation Surgery

Serious falls, car accidents and intense contact sports are some of the common causes of hip dislocation. Hip dislocation surgery can simply manipulate the thigh and leg to realign the femur into the hip socket. It can simultaneously treat a broken bone and dislocation.

Hip Replacement Surgeries

Hip Replacement Surgery

Hip replacement surgery involves replacing the entire or a section of the hip joint with a prosthetic implant. It is often necessary for patients with severe hip arthritis or advanced joint damage, that cannot be remedied with medication or other less invasive procedures.

Minimally Invasive Hip Replacement

Using a small surgical cut of 3-6 inches, minimally invasive hip replacement surgery incurs less muscle damage, a smaller scar and faster healing for patients undergoing a hip arthroscopy compared to traditional hip replacement surgery.

Hip Resurfacing

Hip resurfacing reshapes the damaged ball of the hip joint and caps it with a metal prosthesis to avoid a hip replacement that would completely or partially replace the joint itself. Hip resurfacing is most suitable for younger patients who have strong, healthy bones.

If you’re dealing with hip pain, La Peer Health Systems encourages you to get in contact with our knowledgeable staff at the Hip Surgery Center of Excellence to learn more about what treatment options may be right for you.