Hip injuries can often be difficult to diagnose. Often confused with back pain, the right course of action must be taken to get to the root of the cause. Choosing the appropriate imaging study (x-ray, MRI, or ultrasound) will speed up the decision-making process and will get you on the road to recovery. Here at LBJO, we certainly feel that our operative and non-operative treatment regimens can be designed around the patient and their needs.

To learn more, schedule a consultation with one of our surgeons at LBJO.


  • Fractures: Hip, Femur Shaft

  • Hip Arthritis

  • Femoracetabular Impingement (FAI)

  • Hamstring Injury

  • Hip Bursitis

  • Hip Dislocation

  • Hip Strains

  • Osteonecrosis of the Hip

  • Osteoporosis

  • Snapping Hip

  • Hip Labral Tear

  • Synovitis (Inflammation of the Hip Lining)


  • Closed Fracture Treatment

  • Injections

  • Open Fracture Surgery

  • Total Hip Replacement

  • Anterior Hip Replacement (minimally invasive)

  • SuperPath Hip Replacement (minimally invasive)

  • Computer Navigated Hip Replacement Surgery