When hip pain interferes with your normal abilities, you may assume you need surgery. Though hip surgery is often necessary to correct hip injuries, the doctors at Nassos Orthopaedic Surgery in the Beverly Grove area, Los Angeles, California provide nonsurgical treatment options in addition to hip surgery. Don’t ignore hip pain, give the provider a call, or schedule an appointment with the compassionate medical team at Nassos today.
Hip pain may be caused by trauma or injury to the hip or diseases and conditions in other parts of your body. Common causes of hip pain include:
Cancerous growths in the hip area is a less common cause of hip pain. If you experience pain in your groin area, inside or outside of your hip, or outer buttock, schedule an appointment with the doctors at Nassos to determine the cause and best course of treatment.
You can often treat mild hip pain at home without a doctor. Before you schedule an appointment with Nassos, you might try the following at-home hip pain treatments:
If home treatment doesn’t relieve your hip pain, or your hip pain was triggered by a sudden fall, schedule an appointment with Nassos Orthopaedic Surgery for diagnosis and other treatment options. Nassos offers a wide variety of hip pain treatment options, including hip surgery if necessary.
Sometimes treating hip pain at home is not enough. If you’ve tried to reduce hip pain at home to no avail, your doctor may suggest one of the following treatments:
Nassos Orthopaedic Surgery relies on the Mako Robotic-Assisted Replacement technology for most total hip replacement surgeries.The robotic arm of this advanced technology positions the surgeon’s tools for improved accuracy during the procedure. The surgeon still performs the surgery, but the robots assist with pre-surgical planning using advanced 3-D imaging of your unique anatomy to ensure the implant is the correct size and ensures the proper positioning during the procedure.
Learn more about your hip pain treatment options, including nonsurgical methods and hip surgery, if required. Call or schedule an appointment online to see a doctor today.