Orthopaedic & Spine Center of the Rockies provides comprehensive, highly specialized care for hip injuries and disorders for residents of northern Colorado, Wyoming and western Nebraska.
Our physician has the knowledge that comes from years of experience focused on the diagnosis and treatment of the spectrum of hip conditions that can lead to hip arthroscopy.
Our specialist takes care of patients with hip conditions throughout the day in clinic.
Our personalized care includes both surgical and non-surgical treatments.
If you have a hip issue, our surgeon would be pleased to help you! Our physicians has helped active people and athletes just like you for many years.
Injuries, arthritis, and other issues can cause pain and affect your ability to use your hips.
The hip is a ball-and-socket joint, with the ball-shaped head of the thigh bone (the femur) fitting inside a cup-shaped socket in the pelvis (or hip bone). This structure provides stability and allows the hip to move freely and the upper leg to bend and rotate.
The hip can sustain tears to the cartilage or injuries to tendons. They also can develop bone spurs or “wear and tear” arthritis (osteoarthritis) as the smooth covering (articular cartilage) on the ends of the bones wears down. When that occurs, the hip joint can no longer glide smoothly and easily.
Hip arthroscopy, or hip scope surgery, is a minimally invasive operation that can repair these injuries and reduce pain. The surgery is done using a tiny, specialized surgical scope and camera, and special instruments that are inserted through tiny incisions around the hip joint.
These are injuries and conditions to the hip that do not require replacing the hip joint with a total joint surgery.
Surgery Resources – Dr. Snyder
- Preparation for Surgery
- Hip Arthroscopy Consent
- Hip Arthroscopy Labral Repair / Reconstruction
- Femoracetrabular Impingement (FAI) / Labral Tear
Our Hip Arthroscopy Specialist
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To schedule an appointment and evaluation with our hip arthroscopy specialist, please call our schedulers at 970-419-7050, or call 1-800-722-7441 and ask for scheduling.
Check out our conditions and surgeries page.
Read more at the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons patient information website.