Hip Replacement

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Hip replacement surgery is a treatment for pain and disability in the hip. Osteoarthritis is the most common reason for hip replacement surgery. Hip replacement may also be used to treat certain hip fractures.

The goals of hip replacement surgery include - Relieve pain from the damaged or diseased hip joint, Improve the way the hip joint works & Help you move better.

When it is recommended?

Your doctor may recommend hip replacement surgery when:

  • Hip pain limits everyday activities, such as walking or bending
  • Hip pain continues while resting, either day or night
  • Stiffness in a hip that limits the ability to move or lift the leg

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Types of hip replacement surgery

The three major types of hip replacement are:


Total hip replacement

Total hip replacement is the most common hip surgery. It uses artificial components to replace the entire hip structure. During the procedure, surgeons insert a stem into the patient’s femur, or thighbone, for stability. They replace the head of the femur with a ball and replace the natural socket in the hip joint with an artificial cup.


Partial hip replacement

Partial hip replacement removes and replaces the patient’s femoral head, which is the ball at the top of the femur, or thighbone. It does not replace the socket. A ceramic or metal ball is attached to the top of a stem that’s inserted into the hollow center of the femur. Surgeons typically perform this surgery to repair certain types of hip fractures.


Hip resurfacing

Hip resurfacing helps relieve pain from cartilage loss. A surgeon trims damage from the natural bone ball at the top of the thigh bone. He or she then resurfaces it with a smooth metal covering. The surgeon also lines the natural bone socket of the hip with a metal lining or shell.

Have a question?

Frequently Asked Questions

01. Can I have both hips replaced at the same time?

Yes, healthy patients younger than 75 years old who have no history of cardiopulmonary disease may be able to have both hips replaced at once. In some cases, however, it may be better to stage the surgeries.

02. What are hip implants made of?
03. Will my new hip set off the metal detector at the airport?
04. How long do hip implants last?
05. What happens after the surgery?