Have you ever experienced a popping, snapping, or clicking sensation in the hip with walking or certain hip movements? There is usually very little pain or discomfort associated with it initially;it’s more of an annoyance than anything else.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Surgeon General of the United States, Dr. Jerome Adams, in conjunction with the American College of Surgeons has recently advised hospitals to stop elective surgeries and procedures, as of March 17th. This coincides with recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Preventions (CDC).
Basketball is a great sport and March Madness, with its dramatic upsets and uplifting narratives, makes the sport even greater. As one of the biggest sporting events in America begins to unfold this month, let’s look at some common hip injuries and treatments in basketball players.
In the last decade, we have been introduced to self-driving cars and virtual home assistants; therefore, it should not come as a surprise that robotics has also assumed a role in medicine and healthcare. In orthopedics, artificial intelligence (AI) has been implemented in total joint replacement procedures with excellent results.
In the last decade, we have been introduced to self-driving cars and virtual home assistants; therefore, it should not come as a surprise that robotics has also assumed a role in medicine and healthcare. In orthopedics, robotics has been implemented in total joint replacement procedures with excellent results.
Hip surgery can greatly improve quality of life by alleviating hip pain and restoring function. Typically, surgery is recommended when non-surgical options do not provide enough relief of symptoms. Here’s how to set yourself up for success following hip surgery:
Hip bursitis is one of the primary causes of hip pain. It occurs when one or more of the fluid-filled sacs (called bursa), which act as cushions between the soft tissues and bones, become irritated and inflamed. Hip bursitis may be caused by sports injuries, repetitive hip movements, poor posture, or complications after surgery.
Hip replacement is one of the most successful orthopedic procedures. The use of robotics during this procedure further improves the success rate by taking the accuracy and precision of the surgery to new heights. Some of the benefits of robotics in hip replacement surgery include: