The American Hip Institute recently opened its doors as the first clinic in the U.S. to specialize exclusively in hip injuries. Its mission is "to serve as a resource to surgeons and their patients; to educate, innovate and offer the most advanced and comprehensive treatment options for injuries of the hip joint".
Sciatica is one of those things that you might think you won’t have to worry about until later in life. As one Well+Good editor (hi, Abbey!) recently learned the hard way, however, back and hip pain symptoms can and do happen to active younger people, and our lifestyles, which tend to involve extremes of intense activity and longterm sitting, are mostly to blame.
Golden State said Friday that Jones had the procedure Wednesday in Chicago, with Dr. Benjamin Domb performing it. Jones is expected to begin the rehab process in six weeks, with a timetable to be determined based on his progress.
Dr. Ajay Lall, fellow in training at the American Hip Institute, presents on why our outcomes support capsular repair in hip arthroscopy, at the Arthroscopy Association of North America (AANA) meeting in Chicago.
Dr. David Maldonado, fellow in training at the American Hip Institute, presents on our technique for arthroscopic labral reconstruction, at the Arthroscopy Association of North America (AANA) meeting in Chicago. Congratulations Dr. Maldonado!
Dr. Thomas Byrd graced the American Hip Institute as Guest of Honor at our fellowship alumni reunion at the AAOS in New Orleans. Brilliant colleagues, and great friends.
Kyle O'Flaherty used to be stoked by his weekly workout routine, a heavy rotation of cycling, boxing, jiu-jitsu, and running. But even at age 20, his hips started to ache, and not just during exercise. He's not unusual.
Joel Embiid is an NBA all-star. He relishes banging his 7-foot body against 76ers opponents, and averages 24 points and 11 rebounds per game.
In this study, we sought to raise the bar for success in hip arthroplasty, essentially defining success as a surgery that the patient forgets that they had. Using the new forgotten joint score, we were able to show that the patients in our series almost never think about their hip surgery...
Greater trochanteric pain syndrome is often a manifestation of tears in the gluteus medius tendon. This condition is most prevalent in female patients who are between 40 and 70 years old.
The lateral hip is a common site for hip pain. It has been termed greater trochanteric pain syndrome and the condition can be debilitating for patients.
More than 1/3 of people over the age of 65 experience a fall or already have fall-related issues. The consequences of falling can be severe given the lowered bone density, weakened muscles,
The body’s process of creating new blood vessels and dilating existing ones in order to maximize the oxygen getting to the muscles is called neovascularization, Dr. Benjamin Domb, an orthopedic surgeon who specializes in sports medicine, said in an email on Wednesday.
According to the Center for Disease Control, an estimated 15 million people live with severe joint pain which is defined as discomfort or inflammation from any part of a joint including cartilage, bone, ligaments, tendons or muscles. Joint pain can cause serious pain, stiffness and swelling and limits a person’s ability to perform basic functions, compromising their quality of life.
Medical experts report that more and more women have a torn hip labrum as a result of giving birth. Dr. Domb was interviewed about this recently.
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Downhill skiing is one of the most exhilarating activities you can experience during the winter season. However, this fun-filled activity is associated with the risk of injury due to falls and collisions on the slopes and can cause torn ligaments, broken bones, and serious head injuries.
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More than 29 million Americans are affected by diabetes and the numbers continue to grow. There are two primary divisions within diabetes – type 1 and type 2.