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This minimally invasive outpatient procedure allows the surgeon to evaluate and treat injuries and disorders of the ligaments, cartilage, and bones of the wrist. The surgeon uses a small camera,...
Facet Joint Injections
Each vertebra in the spine is connected to the vertebra above and below it by facet joints, which are located on both sides of the rear of the spine. A facet joint block can be both diagnostic and...
Fluoroscopic Guided Hip Injection
This non-operative, outpatient procedure is designed to provide relief for patients with arthritis of the hip joint. The technique allows the physician to inject numbing and anti-inflammatory...
Muscle Strain Injuries of the Hip
Muscle Strain Injuries of the Hip are caused by stretching or tearing of fibers in one of the muscles at the hip joint. Hip strains may be mild, moderate or severe.
Degenerative Joint Disease
Degenerative Joint Disease (Osteoarthritis of the Hip)
Labral Tears of the Hip
This condition is a tearing of the labrum - a thick cuff of fibrous tissue that lines the hip socket. The labrum cushions the joint and provides a smooth surface for the head...
Avascular Necrosis (AVN)
Avascular Necrosis (AVN) of the Hip
This condition occurs when a bone's normal blood supply is disrupted. The affected bone cells die, and the dead bone weakens and may begin to fracture and...
ACL (Anterior Cruciate Ligament) Surgery
Torn Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL)
This condition occurs when the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), the band of tissue that connects the femur to the tibia inside the knee joint, becomes torn or...
Arthroscopic surgery is used to diagnose and treat many joint problems. This significant advance in joint care allows for a rapid return to improved activity. Most commonly used in knees, shoulders...
Iliotibial Band Syndrome (ITBS)
This condition is a painful inflammation of the iliotibial band, a thick, tendon-like portion of a muscle that travels from the hip down the outer side of the thigh to the knee. ITBS results in pain,...
The meniscus is comprised of two c-shaped wedges of cartilage that cushion and stabilize the knee joint. A torn meniscus can cause pain and limited mobility in the knee.
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