Hip Arthroscopy Category

Happier, Healthier Hips in the New Year

In the words of pop star Shakira, hips don’t lie. That’s especially true as we get older. All those years of wear and strain on the hip joints can start to tell on us. And eventually, everyday activities like climbing stairs or just getting up from a chair can cause pain and stiffness. Whether you’ve…. read more

Hip Pain at Night

Who doesn’t love a good night’s sleep? It doesn’t matter whether you’ve had a busy day or a relaxing day. Getting a full night of restful sleep is really important for maintaining a good mood, staying focused at work or school, and just being healthy. Sleep is when your body regenerates itself, and when we…. read more

Dr. Van Thiel speaks at a conference in Madrid, Spain!

This past weekend Dr. Van Thiel travelled to Madrid, Spain to speak on hip arthroscopy, train surgeons from around the world, and collaborate with other surgeons on new developments in hip arthroscopy! Follow Dr. Van Thiel on Facebook or watch his video presentation at the conference now. Here are some pictures including one with the…. read more

3 Ways to Reduce Hip Pain

Search online for “causes of hip pain,” and you’re bound to find a lot of different answers. That’s because hip joints are complex, and they’re also get a lot of use. Every time you sit down, stand up, take a step, climb stairs, or twist your torso, you use your hips. And if they’re irritated,…. read more

Stretches to Ease Hip Pain

Hip pain may not be quite as common as knee pain, but that doesn’t make it any less painful. Like any other joint, your hip joints benefit from regular exercise to keep them strong and flexible. Even if you already have hip pain, research shows exercise may dramatically delay the need for some types of…. read more

Hip Pain Could Be Caused By Impingement

If you have hip pain, you know the toll it can take on your life. When your hips hurt, even simple actions like climbing stairs can be really uncomfortable. Other activities like running or playing sports can start to seem downright impossible when you’re trying to limit your symptoms. In order to reduce or eliminate…. read more

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