With multiple highly trained and specialized board-certified physicians on our staff your hip discomfort can become a thing of the past. Depending upon your activity level, lifestyle goals and conditions of these areas, our orthopedic doctors will focus on providing the best, most conservative treatment possible. The Columbia Orthopaedic Group offers both operative and non-operative procedures, along with the latest minimally invasive techniques and can have you back to moving in no time.
Our hip specialists are fellowship-trained board-certified medical providers who focus on diagnosing and treating hip problems, including fractures, osteoarthritis, and labral tears. Our specialists are highly skilled at performing minimally invasive procedures and hip surgeries, including hip replacement surgery and arthroscopic surgery.
Hip injuries can impact our quality of life and affect even our smallest daily activities, like getting out of bed or walking to the bathroom. Common symptoms of hip conditions include:
- Hip pain when standing or walking
- Knee pain in addition to hip issues
- Pain in your thigh, groin, or buttock
- Pain when bearing weight on your hip joint
- Swelling around your hip joint
If you've been experiencing hip pain or any of the above symptoms, you may be suffering from a sports-related or orthopaedic injury or condition of the hip. Our specialty-trained physicians and their devoted care team will help diagnose and treat your conditions and get you back to the activities you love.
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Our hip services include care and treatment for:
What's Next? Treatment Options...
To find out more about treatment options and specialized care, please call Columbia Orthpaedic Group at (573) 876-8141 and schedule an appointment or request one below:Request an Appointment
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Columbia Orthopaedic Group
1 South Keene Street
Columbia, Missouri 65201
During your initial consultation, you will have the opportunity to meet our team, learn about our services, and discuss potential treatment options best suited for your needs.