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At Jacksonville Orthopaedic Institute, our physicians are experienced in diagnosing and treating hip pain whether you need a course of physical therapy or surgery. If you are experiencing hip pain, there are various procedures and treatments available depending on the severity of your discomfort. Pain in the hip can result from a number of factors. Abnormalities of the skin, nerves, bones, joints, blood vessels, and soft tissues can all result in pain. Hip pain is common, you don’t have to sacrifice your quality of life. Call us today.

During the COVID-19 crisis, JOI is here to coveniently serve you by offering Telehealth and Virtual visits for Physical Therapy and Telemedicine visits with your JOI Physician

5 Hip Symptoms You Should Not Ignore

Hip pain can sometimes get in the way of working out, staying active, and doing daily activities. So how can you know when it's time to see a doctor about your hip pain? The Jacksonville Orthopaedic Institute has identified 5 hip pain symptoms that you should not ignore.

  1. Hip pain that has been present for more than a month
  2. Hip pain that radiates to the groin
  3. Hip and groin pain when sitting, driving, walking, sleeping or exercising
  4. Pain with flexion of the hip or lifting up your leg
  5. Pain or stiffness with decreased hip range of motion

If caught soon enough, hip pain can be treated conservatively to reduce the risk of further injury. To learn more click here »

At JOI, You Have Options

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    Traditional Hip Replacement

    This type of hip surgery involves the surgeon creating a 4-6 in (maybe larger for larger patients) incision along the outer buttock, the splitting of the gluteus maximus muscle, and the detaching (and later reattaching of the piriformis muscle and the superior gemeli muscle (2 hip rotator muscles). The head of the femur is removed and a metal stem is placed in the hollow part of the femur, followed by the placement of a metal or ceramic ball on the top of the stem that acts as the new head of the femur. Then the acetabulum (socket) of the hip joint is removed and replaced with a new metal socket. A spacer is placed between these two parts that can be metal, plastic, or ceramic in order to decrease friction within the hip joint. Read More

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    Total Hip Replacement

    During this procedure, your damaged hip joint is replaced with implants that recreate the ball and socket of a healthy hip. This can reduce pain and restore your hip function. Most people take between can take 3 to 6 months to heal depending on age, health status, and prior level of function. But most can return to work as early as 8 weeks post-operatively. Read More

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    Anterior Hip Replacement

    With this type of hip replacement surgery the surgeon actually makes an incision on the front part of the upper thigh, and many times there is no need to cut through muscle. The removal of the damaged joint and then the addition of the implants is similar to the posterior approach. This approach may allow for an earlier return to activities and a significant decrease in the risk of dislocation, but it is also a more technically challenging surgery with higher risks of injury during surgery due to the position the patient must be in and the proximity of a large nerve near the area the incision should be performed. Read More

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    The BIRMINGHAM HIP Resurfacing (BHR) System

    The BIRMINGHAM HIP Resurfacing (BHR™) System is a safe and effective metal-on-metal hip resurfacing implant. The BHR Hip is made from metalwhich is extremely durable. The largest independent follow-up study showed that greater than 95% of BHR Hips remain fully functional after ten years of use. The BHR Hip allows surgeons to resurface your joint with a safe and effective metal implant. Read More

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    MAKO

    JOI has the most experienced team of physicians in the area with the Mako robot. JOI physicians have been using the Mako robot for over 6 years for hip replacement surgery. Our physicians will develop an individualized plan of care for your hip pain. Robot assisted Makoplasty is a state of the art procedure used for the hip. This new technology allows physicians to optimally shape the hip to fit the new prosthetics. Mako joint replacements are minimally invasive and result in more natural range of motion and less recovery time. Read More

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The Following Physicians are Certified to Perform Hip Total Joint Replacements

Phillip M. Bell, MD

Steven M. Crenshaw, MD

Carl Freeman, MD

Brett P. Frykberg, MD

Timothy R. Hastings, MD

Gregory C. Keller, MD

Steven J. Lancaster, MD

R. Stephen Lucie, MD

Scott McGinley, MD

Richard A. Picerno II, MD

William G. Pujadas, MD

M. John Von Thron, MD

Dale A. Whitaker, MD

Edward D. Young, MD

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