A minimally invasive surgical technique used to diagnose and treat a range of hip injuries and disorders.
A torn hip labrum can lead to hip instability, pain, and impair the labrum's ability to absorb shocks.
In terms of outcome, a hip replacement is one of the most successful operations you can have. This operation can be counted upon to reliably deliver pain relief and restore quality of life.
Though it’s possible to injure your brachial plexus without even knowing you did so, the consequences can include temporary numbness to your arm, pain, loss of sensation or even paralysis.
Thumb arthritis is the second most common type of arthritis in the hand. Yale Medicine experts explain why it develops and how to treat it.
A tear resulting from acute injury to or degeneration of meniscus.
A condition in which one or both of the bones of the hip joint are abnormally shaped, causing them to rub against each other.