Hip bursitis occurs when a fluid-filled sac in the hip joint becomes inflamed, often due to arthritis, overuse, or injury. While hip bursitis can typically be managed with non-invasive remedies, there are also some surgical options for treatment.

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Arthroscopic hip surgery is an option for patients seeking minimally invasive surgery to restore hip function. An arthroscopic surgeon uses a small camera to view the hip joint, as well as instruments to remove bone fragments and correct any loose or worn parts.

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Bunions are a common deformity of the foot that can lead to pain, inflammation, and problems with walking if they are not treated. Not every bunion needs surgery to correct the problem, but if you have severe pain or trouble moving comfortably, a bunionectomy may be the answer. It is a complicated surgery with a…

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Rotator cuff tears are intensely painful injuries to the rotator cuff area, which is a group of muscles in the shoulder that allows you to make a wide range of movements. While a minor rotator cuff tear can be treated in various ways, a severely torn rotator cuff often requires surgery for a full recovery.

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Total knee replacement surgery, sometimes called total knee arthroplasty, is an intricate surgical procedure for patients who have severe knee joint pain and mobility issues. The surgeon removes or files down damaged bones in the joint, replacing or capping them with plastic and metal implants. These implants or prostheses help to restore function without pain.

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Knee arthroscopy is a minimally invasive option for diagnosing and treating issues within the knee joint. Learn more about the procedure here. What is arthroscopy? Arthroscopy refers to a minimally invasive surgical procedure often performed by orthopedic surgeons. In an arthroscopic procedure, a tiny camera is used to provide a view of the inside of…

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