Hip preservation surgery in Denver
Have you been told your hip pain is simply “growing pains?” Have you had several labral tears and it just keeps happening? Have you stopped playing the sports you love because of your hip pain? You might have hip dysplasia.
Hip dysplasia is more common than you think and The International Center for Hip Preservation at Sky Ridge may have a solution for you.
Our dedicated surgeons are experts in a procedure called periacetabular osteotomy, also called PAO. This procedure addresses your pain while preserving your natural hip bone. A real advantage so that you can potentially avoid a hip replacement later in life.
Our caring, compassion surgeons – with children of their own – want to help you return to the activities you love.
Most people, particularly young women, develop symptoms between the ages of 13 and 40 years old that include:
- Groin or hip pain that worsens with walking, activity or prolonged sitting or standing
- Loose or unstable hip joint
- Popping, locking or catching sensations in your hip or groin
- Stiffness or limping
If you have any of these symptoms, our experts are here for you.
Please don’t suffer in silence or think you have to live this way. The International Center for Hip Preservation at Sky Ridge is here to help.
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