Common Conditions & Procedures
Anterior Hip Replacement
The Anterior Hip Replacement is a special way of performing a Hip Replacement that offers a number of advantages over the standard method.
Hip arthroscopy is performed through small incisions (key hole surgery) using a camera to visualize the inside of a joint.
Femoroacetabular Impingement (also shorted to FAI) occurs when either the ball or the socket are abnormally formed. This results in the ball and socket rubbing abnormally against each other.
When the labrum tears, it causes the hip / groin pain and unfortunately does not heal naturally by itself. It causes deep groin pain and sometimes catching.
Computer Navigated Knee Replacement
A Total Knee Replacement (also called Total Knee Arthoplasty) is a surgical procedure designed to replace the severely diseased knee joint with an artificial knee joint.