Category: Hip Replacement Surgery

Having a Hip Replacement as a Smoker-What you Should Know

Dr. Boyd Haynes

    Boyd W. Haynes III, MD As a busy orthopedic surgeon in Newport News, I’ve performed more hip replacement surgeries than I can count over the years, with a good percentage of them having been done on smokers. While both smokers and nonsmokers typically recover well, there are differences during the pre- and post-surgical… Read more »

Avascular Necrosis (AVN) of the Hip

Dr. John Burrow

Avascular Necrosis is a medical term that means a loss of blood supply causing bone tissue death.  While it can happen anywhere in the body there is bone, it is most often seen in the hip.  This is because the hip joint blood supply is retrograde (against flow) and is dependent on channels within the… Read more »

What to Do When your Hip Replacement Surgery has been Postponed Due to COVID-19

Dr. Boyd Haynes, III

    Boyd W. Haynes III, MD The COVID-19 Pandemic has caused many changes, cancellations and postponements of really important events in our lives and your hip replacement surgery falls into that category.  You had planned for it for months, maybe even over a year.  You’d done your research and been educated by your physician… Read more »

Is it Time for my Hip Joint to be Replaced?

John D. Burrow, DO A question I’m often asked by my patients is “How will I know when it’s time for a hip replacement?” As their orthopaedic physician, I tell them, “You’ll know when it’s time and you’ll tell me when you are ready”.  Why do I say that?  I believe that my job is… Read more »

Do I have Hip Arthritis? The Two Main Symptoms to Know

John D. Burrow, DO As a fellowship-trained Orthopaedic specialist, I spent years in medical school learning how to diagnose musculoskeletal conditions.  Some issues are easily diagnosed with x-rays and a physical exam, and others require some detective work on my part.  Hip arthritis is one of those diagnoses where the symptoms can be misleading. Pain… Read more »

OSC Physicians Named as 2019 Top Docs in Virginia Living Magazine

We are delighted to announce that three of our physicians were named “2019 Top Doctors” by their physician peers in a state-wide survey completed by Virginia Living Magazine.  Please join us in congratulating them on this prestigious recognition! (LEFT TO RIGHT) Jenny L.F. Andrus, M.D. — Interventional Pain Management, Prolotherapy Raj N. Sureja, M.D. —… Read more »

November Community Lecture Features Dr. John Burrow – Effective Treatments for Hips and Knees

Are you suffering from knee or hip pain and need surgery? Community Lecture – Overcoming Arthritis Pain: Effective Treatments for Hips and Knees Join Dr. John Burrow as he discusses treatment options for painful arthritis of the hip and knee. Learn about the latest non-surgical and surgical options for relieving pain and restoring function. MAKOplasty,… Read more »

SWARM™ Interactive Videos now ADA Compliant for Hearing and Sight Impaired

We are happy to announce that the ViewMedica On-Demand web player, offered by OSC, for patients to view animated surgical procedures, is now accessible, meeting WAI-A and section 508 standards of the United States Rehabilitation Act. Government rules encourage health providers to make all their web content accessible for blind, hearing impaired and other disabled… Read more »

October’s Lecture Features Dr. Boyd Haynes and the Newest Technologies for Joint Replacement

Computer-Navigated & Robotic Joint Replacement: Better Outcomes Using Advanced Technology Are you suffering from joint pain and considering surgery? Learn about your options at our upcoming lecture! Dr. Boyd Haynes will discuss advanced joint replacement technologies for knees and hips, using computers and robotic-assisted MAKOplasty™. Learn how direct anterior (Jiffy) hip replacement and knee replacements… Read more »