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Robotic Total Hip Arthroplasty

Primary joint reconstruction is the treatment of choice for patients suffering from degenerative joint disease that has failed conservative treatment.

Hip Arthroscopy

Medical illustration hip and pelvic bone

What Is Total Hip Arthroscopy?

Total hip arthroplasty is the reconstruction, or replacement, of the hip joint. This is often done for those with osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, or avascular necrosis. In a total joint arthroplasty, the damaged joint is removed and then replaced with an artificial joint. The objective of total joint replacement is to relieve the pain in the joint caused by the damaged cartilage. Since stiffness is a common symptom associated with joint disease, having one’s joint replaced will allow a better range of motion.

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