Hip Arthroscopy

Hip arthroscopy is a procedure that’s performed for torn tissue in the hip. This procedure is performed to two to three small incisions around the hip. In one incision is a camera that’s able to find and diagnose your problem. In the other incisions are often instruments that can treat the problem. Hip arthroscopy is designed to be minimally invasive and to fix problems in your hip with minimally invasive techniques.


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