The Future of Hip Pain Treatment Is Here

The future of hip pain treatment is happening now at Beaumont. With specialists knowledgeable in both surgical and non-surgical treatments for hip pain, we can give you a multitude of options to meet your specific orthopedic needs.


If you’re considering hip surgery, trust the specialists who perform more joint replacements than anyone else in Michigan.


The orthopedic hip surgeons at Beaumont are dedicated to the care of patients with disabling hip joint disorders. Arthritis of these joints is the most common reason for hip surgery and frequently, hip replacement is the treatment of choice. Thousands of hip replacement operations are performed at Beaumont each year, including:



Beaumont specialists perform more joint replacement procedures than anyone else in the state of Michigan and nearly any other program in the country.


Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak is also a regional referral center for patients requiring more complex hip revision surgery for failed total 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. The latest technology and techniques are applied in all cases. The orthopedic surgeons actively support education and research.


Beaumont is among a select group of American hospitals approved for advanced fellowship training in joint reconstruction.


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Joint Pain 101

At Beaumont’s Joint Pain 101 class, you can ask your questions and get answers directly from the experts. Take your first steps toward decreased pain and increased mobility. This free class is hosted by Beaumont orthopedic, physical therapy and rehabilitation specialists.

 


Joint Pain Assessment

Is your hip or knee pain normal?

Our free joint pain assessment helps you decide if you should talk to a doctor about your hip or knee pain.

 


Hip Pain Resources

Hip Arthritis

Learn about symptoms, diagnosis and treatment options.

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Physical Therapy

Physical therapy can help relieve hip pain and restore mobility.

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