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Hip Dislocation – Part II

John D. Burrow, DO  In my last article, I discussed hip anatomy and the reasons for hip dislocation and which persons were more at risk for this issue.  In Part II, I will highlight the symptoms of hip dislocation and

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Hip Dislocation – Part I

John D. Burrow, DO In my busy practice as an orthopaedic surgeon, I regularly treat patients who have injuries or conditions related to the health of their hip which may require long term care or even surgery.  I have treated

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Real Recovery After Hip Replacement

John D. Burrow, DO Hip replacement surgery is one of the most common procedures that I perform as an Orthopaedic surgeon, especially as my specialty is revision and reconstruction of joint replacements that have failed, worn out or need fixing

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Femoroacetabular Impingement

John D. Burrow, DO Hip Impingement or Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI) happens when the bones that comprise the hip joint are shaped abnormally.  A person can be born with this defect, it can develop as a teenager or show up later

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Avascular Necrosis (AVN) of the Hip

John D. Burrow, DO 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. 

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