INJURIES AND DISEASES
OF THE HIP & THIGH
Hip pain can be manifest in a variety of diseases, in arthrosis above all. In these cases, pain frequently occurs during exercise, later at rest, but can limit the walking distance as well. Athletes, particularly footballers, will frequently complain about groin pain and problems with their adductors.
Relevant orthopaedic, trauma surgery-related diagnoses include:
- Coxarthrosis (wear to the hip joint)
- Impingement syndromes with limitation of mobility
- Bursitis etc.
- Juvenile hip dysplasia
- Muscle injuries (adductors/femoral muscles)
- Femoral fractures
WHAT WE DO
FOR THE HIP & THIGH
After medical history taking and targeted physical examination with special clinical tests, the following examinations can also be useful in the hip joint and pelvis:
- Digital X-ray (better image quality with reduced radiation exposure)
- Ultrasound examination (sonography) with color duplex option
- Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) or computed tomography (CT), radiology
Therapeutically, the approach is initially joint-preserving, particularly to treat joint wear, with conservative therapy options like physical therapy, laser or injection treatments. As appropriate, an arthroscopic intervention can be useful, before any total joint arthroplasty (artificial joint replacement) is considered.
Our practice team is young, dynamic and sincerely friendly. As a patient, athlete or sports lover, you are at the focus of all we do. Find out more about our excellently trained team and who’s responsible for what tasks.
Our special services
We would like to provide you with the highest level of treatment according to best-practice methods. Unfortunately, this is not always covered by the statutory health insurance funds. That means that you as self-payer naturally have the opportunity to be treated as a private patient and benefit from all of the latest therapeutic option.
So that you can get well informed online before your consultation with one of our specialists, we have created a link for you to peruse a comprehensive orthopaedic glossary.
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