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Hip Surgery

 

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For patients in need of hip surgery, Beverly Hospital offers patients the New England Baptist Orthopedics Program. Designed by New England Baptist Hospital and its affiliated physicians, the program brings nationally renowned expertise in care, quality, and experience to patients in our local community. The New England Baptist care model that has proven to:

  • Reduce complications such as surgical site infections and hospital readmission
  • Improve care coordination and patient outcomes
  • Enhance preparation for surgery
  • Increase patient satisfaction

In addition to joint replacement, orthopedic surgeons at Beverly Hospital also perform hip arthroscopy, a surgical procedure that allows doctors to look inside the hip joint and often treat a problem at the same time. During hip arthroscopy, the surgeon inserts a tiny camera at the end of a thin flexible tube, which displays images on a video screen. The surgeon uses these images to diagnose a problem and to guide tiny surgical instruments to the site to fix it.

Hip arthroscopy can be used to treat:

  • Hip fractures
  • Bone spurs and bone overgrowth around the hip socket
  • Loose pieces of bone or cartilage that move around in the hip joint, causing pain
  • Dysplasia, a condition in which the hip socket is too shallow, which makes tissues likely to tear
  • Snapping hip syndrome, when a tendon becomes damaged from rubbing across the outside of the hip joint
  • Inflammation of the tissues surrounding the hip joint
  • An infection of the hip joint

 

 

 

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