HIP CARE

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Understanding Hip Pain

Get back to living the life you love. Familiarize yourself with our treatment options and don’t let hip pain limit you from doing the things you love.

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Sometimes conditions of the hip can be awkward, painful and even limit your abilities to live life to the fullest. Jewett Orthopaedic Clinic’s specially trained Hip Team can guide you through the best options to treating your hip pain. Whether it’s arthritis, a hip fracture, or other painful hip problems, the Jewett Hip Team is available.

Jewett Makoplasty

Makoplasty Robotic Arm Assisted Surgery

Mako is Stryker’s robotic-arm assisted technology that provides you with a personalized surgical plan based on your unique anatomy. A 3D model of your hip will be used to pre-plan and assist your surgeon in performing partial knee replacement.

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Our Hip Specialists

Pratik P. Desai MD

Pratik P. Desai, M.D., M.S.

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Randall T. Rust, MD

Randall T. Rust, MD

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Matthew D. Hurbanis, MD

Matthew D. Hurbanis, MD

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Recovery

Jewett Orthopaedic Clinic is committed to getting you back on your feet quicker. We provide the most comprehensive range of rehabilitation and physical medicine services available in Central Florida. After your surgery, your physician and physical therapist will go over a plan to restore your function and mobility.

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Jewett Orthopaedic Physical Therapy

Your Hip

The hip is one of the largest weight-bearing joints in your body. It is shaped like a ball and socket. The ball is the top of the thigh bone, which is called the femoral head. The socket, which is cup-shaped, is called the acetabulum. It sits in the pelvis.

Causes of Hip Pain

Many diseases can cause a painful hip. Some of these include:

  1. Osteoarthritis
  2. Rheumatoid arthritis
  3. Posttraumatic arthritis
  4. Avascular necrosis
  5. Childhood hip disease
Symptoms

The onset of symptoms in your hip may be gradual. The pain may come and go. It may occur only when you walk long distances, bend over, or climb stairs. As the disease gets worse, you may notice pain when you are sitting, lying down, or even sleeping. The pain may last for longer periods of time and may never go away.

Typically, you will first feel the pain in your groin or on the side or back of your hip. It may extend to the front of your thigh and down to your knee. Your hip may feel stiff or tight.

Nonsurgical Treatment

There are many ways to treat an arthritic hip without surgery. These include:

  • Activity changes
  • Medications
  • Weight loss and exercise
  • Walking aids
Surgical Treatment
Total hip replacement is the most common surgical procedure used to treat an arthritic hip. Other procedures such as partial or bipolar replacement, hip fusion, and surface replacement, are less common.
After Surgery
After surgery you will be admitted to the hospital. You will be monitored during the post-operative period and given pain medicine. You will be given antibiotics to protect your hip from infection. Blood thinners and other measures such as support stockings help prevent clots from forming in your legs.
Total hip replacement is a highly successful procedure that can relieve pain in your hip and improve your mobility.

Understanding the goals of surgery, the benefits, and the risks is important when you are making the decision to have or not have surgery. To Learn More visit Ortho Info