Category Archives: Anterior Approach to Hip Replacement

Debunking Joint Replacement Myths

If you are suffering from joint pain every day and are considering joint replacement, you may have begun exploring different surgical options. While it’s perfectly understandable that you would want to get word-of-mouth advice from friends and family, this often leads to misconceptions that may skew your perception of the process. Let’s take a look […]

When Is It Time For A Total Hip Replacement?

Many people wait longer than they should to begin talking to a professional about a hip replacement. When is the right time? The best answer: When it begins to affect your daily life. If hip pain affects your mobility and impacts your quality of life, it’s time to see a specialist. The sooner you obtain […]

Anterior Approach to Hip Replacement Outcomes

Each year, more than 300,000 Americans have total hip replacements. This surgery, while common, is also extensive and requires a potentially intense and lengthy recovery. The minimally invasive direct anterior approach to hip replacement has had an extremely successful track record in returning patients to normal activity. Rather than performing the surgery posteriorly (and thus […]