The future of hip pain treatment is happening now at Beaumont. Our orthopedic specialists are experts in both surgical and non-surgical treatments for hip pain and other hip conditions, so we can offer you the type of individualized care that can help
you get back to normal sooner.
Our orthopedic hip surgeons care for patients with disabling hip joint disorders. We have an orthopedic laboratory that is dedicated to studying and testing new treatment options, so we truly are pioneering the treatments of the future right here in Michigan.
Some common causes of hip pain
There are many conditions and injuries that can cause hip pain and dysfunction. Some of the more common causes are:
- Hip fractures
- Stress fractures in the hip
- Broken hip
- Hip labral tear
- Strain of the tendon or muscle
- Groin pull or groin tear
- Bone cancer or cancer that has spread to the bone
- Piriformis syndrome
When should you see a hip specialist?
The hip joints are two of the largest joints in the body, which makes them prone to both injury and problems from wear and tear. If you’re having problems with your hip, how do you know whether you should see a doctor?
If you see any deformation, especially after an injury or fall, you should see a doctor right away. You should also make an appointment if you cannot move your leg or put any weight on it without experiencing pain in your hip or groin. If you have sudden
pain, intense swelling or redness/fever, you should also call your doctor.
You don’t have to wait it out and suffer through pain just because it doesn’t seem like a serious problem. If your hip has been sore or aching for a while, and over-the-counter pain relievers worked for a bit, but have since stopped working,
you may want to call. If ice, heat and pain relieving medication aren’t doing the trick after two weeks, make an appointment.
Treatment options for your hip
Your treatment options will vary depending on what type of hip condition or injury you have, the severity of your symptoms and how they are impacting your life, the long-term prognosis of surgical repair versus non-surgical options, your preference and
tolerance for different treatments, your age, and other factors.
When you see an orthopedic hip specialist at Beaumont, you can expect a partner in your own treatment plan. Together, you can decide whether you want to have surgery now or wait and see if other options might be successful. If you do want surgery, your
surgeon will talk with you about what your surgical options are.
Hip surgery at Beaumont
Many of our patients have hip arthritis, and they often opt for surgery rather than non-surgical treatment. At Beaumont, we perform thousands of hip replacement surgeries each year, including:
Orthopedic hip specialists at Beaumont
Our orthopedic hip surgeons throughout Metro Detroit are dedicated to caring for patients with disabling hip joint disorders. Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak is also a regional referral center for patients requiring more complex hip revision surgery for
totally failed joints. Several of our hip surgeons have special training in joint preservation procedures designed to prevent progression of arthritic or congenital disease in the young adult.
If you’re considering hip surgery, trust the specialists who perform more joint replacements than anyone else in Michigan.
Hip pain resources
As experts in hip pain and treatment for the conditions that cause hip pain, we understand how important it is to you to find the right treatment for you and your lifestyle. To help you decide what’s best for you, we’ve developed some free
Beaumont Health locations that treat hips
If you live around Detroit, chances are that Beaumont has a location that offers orthopedic programs that can help you with your hip care. Find top orthopedic care nearby.
Beaumont’s Sports and Orthopedic Injury Clinics offer specialized treatment on a walk-in basis and you'll be able to get everything from same-day exams and imaging to surgical referrals and expedited access to specialists.
Connect with our orthopedic hip specialists
At Beaumont, our orthopedic surgeons are breaking new ground and pioneering treatments that improve the lives of patients dealing with joint pain and other orthopedic conditions. We have specialists in hand & wrist, hip & knee, spine, back, neck
and more. Whether you’re seeking help with an existing condition, you would like a diagnosis, or you are looking for help with recovery and rehabilitation, Beaumont joint pain doctors can help. Beaumont has orthopedic specialists who offer the
treatments and services you need.
Call us at 800-633-7377 to make an appointment, or request an appointment online.