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The hip is one of the body's largest weight-bearing joints. When arthritis or injury disturbs the normal function of the hip joint, you may experience hip pain, groin pain, muscle weakness, and limited movement, resulting in difficulty performing everyday tasks.

At Holy Name, it is our goal to help patients have less pain and better mobility, to heal faster and return to an active life sooner. Most people who need a hip replacement have significant joint pain that affects the quality of their lives. Our orthopedic experts bring you comprehensive, patient-centered care to resolve your hip issues and get you back to the activities you enjoy sooner. Our dedication to providing the highest quality medical care has resulted in earning various awards and accreditations, including U.S. News and World Report High Performing ranking in Hip Fracture and The Joint Commission Center of Excellence in hip replacement.

Innovative treatment options for hip

Before a hip replacement, physicians often recommend non-surgical therapies first. Our orthopedic team will use physical therapy, a weight loss program if appropriate, medications, injections or other non-surgical therapies to resolve your hip pain.

If non-surgical treatments aren't successful and symptoms persist, hip surgery may be the right option for you. Our experienced orthopedic surgeons use the latest techniques and procedures to relieve pain and get you moving again, including:

  • Hip arthroscopy
  • Total hip replacement, including anterior hip replacement
  • Hip fracture repair

We're here for you every step of the way—from diagnosis to treatment to rehabilitation—so you can return to your everyday activities as quickly and safely as possible.