Hip arthroscopy is performed to examine or repair the hip joint. For this minimally invasive procedure, doctors make small incisions around the hip and insert a tiny camera to view the hip joint and guide them through surgery.
When possible, Keck Medicine of USC doctors try to repair the joint. Labral repair is a common procedure via hip arthroscopy. Keck Medicine of USC orthopaedic surgeons are pioneers for many joint preservation and replacement procedures, and have performed thousands of surgeries.
Related to Hip Arthroscopy
- Arthritis of the Knee and Hip
- Osteoarthritis of the Knee and Hip
- Rheumatoid Arthritis of the Knee and Hip
- Hip Impingement