Hip Arthroscopy

Categories: Hip Conditions

Hip arthroscopy is a minimally-invasive, outpatient procedure performed through small incisions. The arthroscope is a small camera inserted into the joint that is used to guide other instruments. An arthroscopic approach can be used to correct the bony deformity of FAI, repair labral tears and treat other cartilage damage that can be associated with impingement and dysplasia.

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