Hip Arthroscopy

Hip arthroscopy is an excellent minimally invasive surgical procedure that allows thorough visualization of the hip joint for diagnosing and addressing various pathology inside and outside the hip joint. 

Currently there is no radiographic study that is entirely sensitive or specific for the diagnosis of cartilage lesions such as labial tears or chondral damage. Hip arthroscopy is the only means to diagnosis, assess and treat such conditions.

Hip arthroscopy is a technically demanding procedure, requiring in depth knowledge and surgical expertise. A/Prof Munjed Al Muderis has extensive experience in this area. 

Please find below information on the hip arthroscopy procedure, what to expect prior to and during surgery as well as post hip arthroscopy recovery information. 

For more information or to book a consultation to assess whether hip arthroscopy is right for you please contact A/Prof Al Muderis' office on 1800 907 905 or +61 2 8882 9011 or book an appointment online.

Resources below are provided for your information and education using text pictures video

Information

Information

Pre-Surgery

Pre-Surgery

Surgery

Surgery

Post Surgery

Post Surgery

Xrays

Xrays

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