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Osteoarthritis or Degenerative Joint Disease is the most common type of arthritis …


Treating periarticular fractures is more complex than treating regular bone fractures, because there are more structures and tissues in the joint that can be damaged as a result of the fracture.


Treatment for an acetabular fracture depends on the extent of fracture displacement and hip instability. Surgery is often performed to align the cartilage surface, remove debris from the joint, and…


In patients with periprosthetic fractures, we strive to preserve the original joint replacement by using fixation devices to stabilize the fracture and encourage healing.


As people live longer and more active lives, orthopaedic injuries and fractures that were once uncommon in older adults have become more common.


To prevent bone infections, we make early efforts to decontaminate the bone ends and safely stabilize the fracture to enable healing.


Fractures can occur to anyone, at any time in their life. Treatment of a fracture is focused on restoring function as quickly and as fully as possible.

Evidence is emerging that subtle abnormalities around the hip, resulting in femoroacetabular impingement (FAI), may be a contributing factor in some instances to osteoarthritis in the young patient.

Repeat (also called “revision”) surgery is different than first time (also called “primary”) total hip replacement.

Trochanteric bursitis is the more common clinical syndrome in that regional pathology.

Conservative, or non-surgical, treatment is effective in the early stages of arthritis. Conservative care includes weight loss, activity modification, anti-inflammatory medication or shots.

Osteoporosis is a bone disease that happens when your body loses bone, doesn’t make enough bone, or both.