- Adductor Groin Strains
- Femoralacetabular Impingement
- Hamstring Injuries
- Hip Arthritis
- Hip Bursitis
- Hip Flexor Strains
- Hip Fractures
- Iliopsoas Bursitis
- Iliotibial Band Friction Syndrome
- Labral Tears
- Piriformis Syndrome
- Snapping Hip Syndrome
- Sports Hernias
The hip is one of the most important joints in the body as it allows us to walk, run, jump, and generally stay mobile. It’s also one of the most flexible joints in the body with a huge range of motion – second only to the shoulder. Your hip bears a substantial amount of weight on a daily basis as it supports your entire body, and it bears the force of the relatively strong muscles of the hip, thigh, and rest of the leg.
The hip is known as a ball-and-socket joint because of the ball-shaped end of your femur, and how it fits into the socket-shaped os coxa in your pelvis. Due to the structure or the joint, the hip is very stable and allows for a wide range of motion. When healthy, it takes great force to injure them. However, playing sports, running, overuse or falling can lead to hip injuries.
If you’ve suffered a hip injury or if you’ve been living with pain and/or a reduced range of motion, it’s time to make an appointment with an orthopedic hip specialist. OrthoManhattan has two such specialists on staff, both of which boast impressive experience and passion for providing the absolute highest level of care possible.
OrthoManhattan treats a variety of hip injuries and conditions. Whether you need an orthopedic hip specialist to perform a hip replacement, treat a hip fracture, or a hamstring injury, you’ll find the highest level of care and exemplary bedside manner at OrthoManhattan.
If you’ve recently suffered a hip injury or are getting sick and tired of living with hip pain, make an appointment with an orthopedic hip specialist at OrthoManhattan. We’d love nothing more than to get you back to pain-free living!