Prof. Dr. Mehmet İşyar – Ortopedi ve Travmatoloji Doktoru

Hip Arthroscopy

Mehmet İşyar, M.D. Prof

Hip arthroscopy is a minimally invasive surgical procedure used to examine, diagnose and perform surgery inside the hip joint. It is performed by looking inside the hip joint with a thin tube and camera called an arthroscope. Hip arthroscopy is commonly used to diagnose and treat conditions that cause hip joint pain or problems.

Hip arthroscopy can be performed for the following purposes:

1. **Diagnosis:** To observe the inside of the hip joint to find the source of the problem causing hip pain or discomfort.

2. **Treatment:** To perform surgical interventions to correct or relieve damage inside the hip joint. For example, repairing torn tendons, addressing cartilage damage or removing bone spurs.

3. **Rehabilitation:** Directing physical therapy and rehabilitation to speed up the healing process and restore strength to the hip after surgical intervention.

Hip arthroscopy provides the ability to observe and repair the inside of the hip joint, often without making a larger incision. This means a faster healing process and less tissue damage.

The results of this surgical procedure can vary depending on the patient’s specific condition, the type and severity of the surgical intervention. After hip arthroscopy, patients usually participate in a rehabilitation program. This program helps the hip regain strength, increase range of motion and return to normal daily activities.


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