About Hip Injuries
Hip injuries are most common in older populations, but young people are
still susceptible to them. According to the American Academy of Family
Physicians, many athletes are at risk for hip injury as well. By placing
consistent and high-impact pressure on their hip joint, the odds of a
fracture or other kinds of injury increase considerably.
Common hip injuries include
femoral neck fractures—separating the “ball” of the joint from the femur—and
intertrochanteric fractures—a break at the hip that can be felt under the skin (The Mayo Foundation).
Soft tissue damage can also cause hip injuries—labral tears damage
the joint’s cartilage from repetitive overuse, and dislocation results
from damaged ligaments (The Arthritis Foundation).
Procedures & Treatments
Treating hip injuries often requires a combination of different treatments—at
Tenet Florida Physician Services, our team of skilled experts provides
a specialized hip injury program designed to
restore mobility and strength in the least amount of time. Our treatments are geared toward the most active individuals, so you
know our solutions, both surgical and non-surgical, will allow you to
We’ve helped hundreds of patients—let us see what we can do for you. Contact us today!