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Are You a Candidate for Outpatient Hip Preservation Surgery?

The outpatient hip preservation surgery technique developed at the American Hip Institute aims to restore hip function to preinjury levels. The procedure can allow you to return to your active lifestyle, whether it’s sports at the highest level or routine activities that bring you joy. Additionally, the procedure may help delay or prevent the development of arthritis.

Most parts of the hip preservation procedure, including labral repair, joint debridement, removal of bone spurs, joint realignment, and cartilage repair, can be performed using minimally invasive techniques. This means smaller incisions, less bleeding, minimal damage to surrounding tissues, reduced risk of infection, and faster recovery. Thus, the procedure is well suited for the outpatient setting.

Being pioneers in hip arthroscopy, Dr. Domb and the American Hip Institute have developed and perfected advanced surgical techniques such as the “Knotless Pull-Through Technique” to help restore active lifestyles.

If you have a debilitating hip condition that is affecting your quality of life, visit the hip specialists at the American Hip Institute to find out if you might be a candidate for outpatient hip preservation surgery.

Dr. Ajay C. Lall is a dual fellowship trained orthopedic surgeon specializing in sports medicine and hip arthroscopy. He is an avid clinical researcher with numerous presentations and publications at international academic meetings and within top peer-reviewed journals. The doctors at the American Hip Institute have been global leaders in Hip Arthroscopy and Robotic Surgery for over a decade. While some would call this excellence, we simply call it the American Hip Institute standard.

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