The hip labrum is a ring of fibrocartilage and connective tissue that provides important support to the hip and is susceptible to injury. Dr. Schultz discusses the importance of labral tears, nonsurgical options that include PRP and bone marrow-derived stem cells.
The hip labrum is important structure that provides support to the joint and is susceptible to injury. Dr. Schultz discusses the significance of labral tears, surgical repair results and non surgical treatment options.
What’s the success rate of stem cell therapy for hips? You would be surprised that while we can help many problems with orthobiologics, there are some hip problems that can’t be helped. So let’s dig in to make sure you don’t get scammed. What Can Go Wrong in the Hips that Can Cause Pain? There … Continued
Hip labrum surgery is a common procedure, and it typically is done for a labrum tear and hip impingement. It’s easy to assume that because a surgery is so common, there must be plenty of research backing it, so it must be the right solution for you. Unfortunately, however, with hip labrum surgery, supporting research … Continued
There are many causes of hip pain. Most individuals who experience hip pain believe that it comes from the hip. As a pain physician, I encounter a significant number of patients who have hip pain and who have been told they need either minimally invasive hip surgery, hip resurfacing surgery or total hip surgery. Unforuntately that this … Continued