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Minimally Invasive Laser Spine Surgery | Spine Surgeons | Dallas, Texas, No More Back Pain, Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery, Pain Free Fast, Fellowship-Trained Spine Surgeons,

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Minimally Invasive Laser Spine Surgery | Spine Surgeons | Dallas, Texas

Because the minimally invasive industry has become extremely competitive in nature, multiple misconceptions have resulted from varias procedures. And while many doctors board certified and not as well as fellowship trained and not claim to perform minimally invasive procedures, few actually are trained to do so properly, making it more important than ever for patients to not only interview doctors, but to know the right questions to ask and to be educated on the correct answers they get.

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Hip Pain, Hip Surgery, Total Hip, Joint Pain, Pain, Single Incision Anterior Total Hip Arthroplasty

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The exciting alternative technique for hip replacement surgery  which we can now do allows the surgeon to expose the hip without removing as much muscle from the bone in the hip area and minimally disturbing the capsule of the hip joint area, which means a much faster recovery time. This approach involves a single, very short incision into the patient‘s leg and is performed by entering the front of the hip as opposed to the back of the hip like a surgeon would normally do.

2 Patient Advantages:

  • The procedure offers a much quicker recovery time after surgery because the surgeon does less removal of muscle and ligaments from the bones around the hip joint than is done with the more traditional type of replacement done today.
  • When surgery is performed to the back of the hip area, it typically restricts the amount of motion the hip can have for the first couple of months after surgery while the tissues heal, but with this new approach, the patient can move the leg in any position after surgery and not worry about the hip dislocating from where it belongs or the ball coming out of the socket of the hip area.

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Anterior Hip Approach dislocation

Anterior Hip Approach dislocation (Photo credit: Medical Images)

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January 15, 2013 at 5:39 am

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