5 Facts about hip and knee replacement surgery

5 Facts about hip and knee replacement surgery

OrthoIndy surgeon, Dr. Patrick Millikan, discusses the benefits and recovery time of a hip or knee replacement surgery.

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Athlete undergoes hip surgery and continues to play soccer

Athlete undergoes hip surgery and continues to play soccer

How do you treat hip impingement? After treatment and surgery for hip impingement athlete continues to compete.

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Pros and cons of double joint replacement surgery

Pros and cons of double joint replacement surgery

Orthopedic surgeons in the United States perform more than 600,000 knee replacements and about 330,000 hip replacements every year. A bilateral joint replacement is when either both hips or both knees are being replaced at the same time.

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Tell a loved one that joint pain isn’t normal

Tell a loved one that joint pain isn’t normal

Most people experience aches and pain in their joints from time to time. Here we explain when to see a joint pain specialist and how to help your loved one get back to living a pain free life.

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Longtime farmer has hip replacement surgery

Longtime farmer has hip replacement surgery

After living with hip pain since he was a child, Chad turns to Indianapolis total joint surgeon for a total hip replacement and finally found hip pain relief.

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What is a hip labral tear?

What is a hip labral tear?

The tear happens when the labrum is separated from the socket. Most commonly it’s the result of repetitive action that strains the hip joint. Learn more.

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What is a hip arthroscopy?

What is a hip arthroscopy?

Hip arthroscopies are a common surgical procedure that helps treat a large number of hip injuries and conditions. Learn more.

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What is hip impingement?

What is hip impingement?

Femoroacetabular impingement (FAI), also referred to as hip impingement, is when extra bone grows along one or both of the bones that form the hip joint.

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Pelvis fracture: Causes, treatment and recovery

Pelvis fracture: Causes, treatment and recovery

A broken pelvis can be a medical emergency. Call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room. OrthoIndy Trauma is located at St.Vincent Indianapolis Level I Trauma Center.

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What causes slipped capital femoral epiphysis?

What causes slipped capital femoral epiphysis?

Slipped capital femoral epiphysis occurs when the ball at the head of the thigh bone slips off the neck of the bone. Most commonly, this hip condition occurs in teens.

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Patient returns to OrthoIndy for a second hip replacement

Patient returns to OrthoIndy for a second hip replacement

Total joint replacement patient returns to OrthoIndy for a second surgery.

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How to treat transient osteoporosis of the hip

How to treat transient osteoporosis of the hip

People with transient osteoporosis feel pain immediately but symptoms usually go away within 6 to 12 months with simple treatment options.

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