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Hip Pain Treatment & Replacement

Don't Let Hip Pain Keep You From Living an Active Life

At Adventist Orthopedic Care, we’re proactive about keeping you active, which is why our surgeons use some of the most advanced hip surgical procedures in the nation like MAKOplasty and the Hana® table. Our board-certified physicians, surgeons, therapists and clinical specialists will work with you as a team to ensure that you’ll spend less time in recovery and more time enjoying your life.

Call us today at 630-856-7525 to see how the specialists at Adventist Orthopedic Care can help you get back to enjoying life pain-free.

Advanced Diagnosis

Whether you’re dealing with an injury or arthritis, the first step in successfully addressing hip pain is an accurate diagnosis. We are one of the first orthopedic programs in the area to offer the state-of-the-art 3T MRI scanner. It quickly provides clear images, meaning treatment can begin sooner. Armed with this information, our team can determine if hip replacement surgery or resurfacing is needed, and what the most effective and least-invasive treatment option for you is. Our nationally-recognized surgeons specialize in treating a full range of hip disorders including:

  • Osteoarthritis
  • Labral Tear
  • Avascular Necrosis
  • Loose Bodies
  • Femoro-Acetabular Impingement
  • Hip Dislocation
  • Snapping Hip
  • Gluteus Medius Tear
  • Dysplasia
  • Bursitis
  • Fractures
  • Arthritis

Progressive Treatment Options

The surgeons of Adventist Orthopedic Care are experts in some of the most progressive hip replacement and preservation procedures, including:

MAKOPlasty® Total Hip Replacement- Thanks to the innovative MAKOplasty® approach, our patients are able to return home the day after surgery. To learn how MAKOplasty total hip replacement allows our surgeons to provide the highest level of accuracy and precision, visit our Joint Replacement Page.

Direct Anterior Approach Total Hip Replacement - Whereas more traditional replacement surgeries accesses the hip joint from the side, our state-of-the-art Hana® table allows our surgeons to access the front of the hip joint. This minimally invasive direct anterior approach means a smaller incision, less tissue trauma and less pain, all adding up to quicker recovery and shorter hospital stays.

Hip Resurfacing - We are one of only a few providers in the nation to perform this specialized bone-conserving alternative to hip replacement. This procedure reshapes the damaged femoral head (ball) of the femur by removing just a few centimeters of bone. With more healthy bone kept intact, hip resurfacing is particularly beneficial for younger adults.

Hip Arthroscopy- Hip arthroscopy is a minimally invasive outpatient procedure used to treat many problems in the hip such as labral tears, femoroacetabular impingement (bone spurs), dysplasia, snapping hip syndrome and loose bodies. Surgery is performed through two or three small incisions in the upper part of the thigh or groin which results in shorter recovery times.

Recovery

After your procedure, our expert rehabilitation team will develop an individualized treatment program designed to quickly get you on the road to recovery. We take a team approach to recovery, with you as our most important team member. By emphasizing patient education, we also improve long-term outcomes of treatment. Our therapists and physicians are committed to providing comprehensive care an unmatched level of service at all of our hospitals and rehabilitation facilities.

Testimonials

Gavin Klein - Back in 2012, Gavin Cline was your average 16-year-old: he loved hockey and tolerated school. Although he had begun the hockey season as one of the fastest players, he began to slow and experience more and more pain in his left hip as the season went on. What was assumed to be tight hip flexor muscles turned out to be Femoroacetbaular Impingement (FAI), a deformity of the hip joint that causes cartilage damage. Quitting hockey and other sports would alleviate the pain, but not eliminate the possibility of serious hip problems later down the line. Faced with the possibility of major surgery either way, Gavin and his family opted for surgery now, with the hope that he would be able to continue playing the sports he loved. After arthroscopy performed by Dr. Ben Domb and 3 months of physical therapy, the pain disappeared. He and his family credit Dr. Domb and Adventist Orthopedic Care’s attention to detail for the success of the procedure and recovery process that allowed Gavin to get back on the ice.