Experience Revolutionary Hip Recovery

Hip pain can be caused by a variety of factors including: arthritis, fractures, infections, tears, strains, impingements and loss of blood supply. Sometimes pain caused by a problem in the hip leads to discomfort outside the area, typically in the groin or thigh. Our team specializes in getting to the root of your pain to identify the optimal treatment or procedure.


Primary Hip Procedures

Scope (Hip Impingement & Hip Labral Team) Also known as hip arthroscopy, scoping the hip is a minimally invasive procedure that involves making a modest incision which allows us to visualize the area with a small camera.

Total Hip Replacement Also known as hip arthroplasty, total hip replacement involves removing both bone and cartilage and replacing them with a new prosthetic implant.

Total Hip Replacement (Revision) Sometimes prosthetic components can wear down over time or a hip replacement fails to properly bond to the surrounding bone. In these cases a revision may be required to help the patient achieve restored functionality of the hip.

Infected Total Hip Replacement In certain cases patients may encounter a localized infection of the hip postoperatively. If you are experiencing chills, fever, localized redness, tenderness, or notice any wound leakage or bad smells coming from the area, contact your doctor or emergency medical facility immediately.

    Other Procedures

    Joint Reconstruction
    Hip joint reconstruction is a surgical procedure in which all or part of the hip joint is reconstructed using a prosthesis.
    This will help recover full or partial range of motion to the affected.

    Arthroscopy involves the use of a small incision and special camera which allows your doctor to visualize the affected area.
    This will allow the surgeon to determine the amount or type of surgery that may be needed. 

    Hip Resurfacing
    Hip resurfacing utilizes implants to repair bone or damaged tissue at the hip.
    The damaged areas are smoothed out of the ball and socket and a cap is placed over the trimmed areas, providing fluid motion to return between the joints. 

    Osteotomy of the Hip (Ganz)
    Hip osteotomy
    or Periacetabular Osteotomy (PAO) known as hip preservation surgery involves removing damaged areas and reshaping the bone and cartilage in order to shift it into a proper alignment.

    I don’t normally do reviews but I had a total hip replacement with Dr. Matthys. I would highly recommend Dr. Matthys. I have absolutely no joint pain and my recovery has been absolutely fantastic a week into recovery. Dr. Matthys and his staff are second to no one! The care I received before and after has been nothing less than stellar! I would highly recommend Dr. Matthys and his staff to anyone that needs replacement surgery. Thank you!
    – Shawn Olson