Customized Treatment Options
Dayton Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine regularly treats patients who have a variety of hip complications using several surgical techniques customized to the patient’s need. Choosing the appropriate procedure is a very important aspect of hip replacement, however many other factors influence the long-term success of surgical treatment.
For instance, the type of anesthesia used can sometimes reduce postsurgical pain more so than the length of the incision made during surgery. The type of prosthesis used (for example, ceramic vs. metal-on-metal devices), the progress made during physical therapy and a healthy lifestyle contribute to recovery time and the patient’s quality of life after surgery. In some cases, these factors are more important than the technique used to place the prosthesis.
Total Hip Replacement
Total Hip Replacement (THR) procedure replaces all or part of the hip joint with an artificial device (prosthesis) to eliminate pain and restore joint movement. Dr. Jon Paley works to find the most appropriate surgical treatment for patients who have severe hip pain and disorders. He also utilizes the Biomet Magnum Press Fit Hip, which allows for spectacular range of motion, and has a very low wear rate and maximum longevity.
- BIRMINGHAM HIP* Resurfacing System
- Who is a Candidate for Hip Resurfacing?
- Diseases of the Hip
- Non-surgical Alternatives to Hip Resurfacing
- The Procedure
- The Implant
- Hip Resurfacing: Pre-op & Surgery Day
- Hip Rehabilitation After Surgery
- Preventing Hip Resurfacing Complications
- Frequently Asked Questions
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