Bergen County’s Premier Hip Center
Specializing in a wide range of hip disorders, including:
- Avascular Necrosis (AVN)
- Bony Abnormalities
- Bursitis of the Hip
- Chondral Injuries
- Degenerative Conditions
- Detachment of the Hip Labrum
- Developmental Injuries
- Extra-Articular Disorders
- Excessive Torsion
- Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI)
- Hip Dysplasia
- Hip Impingement
- Hip Osteoarthritis
- Hip Osteonecrosis
- Labral Tears
- Perthes Disease
- Ruptured Ligaments
- Slipped Capital Epiphysis
- Sports Injuries
- Traumatic Injury
- Tendonopathies of the Hip
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ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY AND SPECIALIZED TRAINING ARE JUST TWO REASONS WE’RE THE PREMIER HIP CENTER IN THE TRI-STATE AREA.
Dedicated to relieving pain and preserving hip function.
At Active Orthopedics & Sports Medicine LLC, we are the New Jersey pioneers in the area of hip preservation. Our experts have advanced training in all areas of joint preservation and restoration from injections to arthroscopic procedures to the latest up to date methods of joint replacement if necessary.
Personalized treatment options and an integrated team approach
Early treatment of hip conditions may slow or reverse their progression.
The hips play an important role in providing mobility and stability for the entire body. Whether it’s a developmental hip condition or traumatic injury, the doctors at The Center for Hip Preservation can help effectively treat or prevent pain. Our physicians have treated countless conditions including Arthritis, Osteonecrosis, Metastic Bone Disease, hip and pelvic fractures, dislocation or traumatic injuries. In addition, hip problems can be the cause of knee and back pain.
The Center for Hip Preservation at Active Orthopedics uses personalized treatments, which lead to consistently better outcomes for our patients.
Non-Surgical Treatment Options
Whenever possible, the physicians at The Center for Hip Preservation first choose the most conservative care for patients. Whether it’s through use of anti-inflammatories, injections or physical therapy, our team is constantly evaluating new techniques to help avoid surgery whenever possible. Should surgery be necessary, we have extensive experience in minimally invasive arthroscopic procedures that will help with a more speedy recovery.
If hip replacement becomes an option, our surgeons have advanced training in the latest techniques to ensure a speedy return to function.
Rapid Recovery and Minimal Incision Technique in Cases That Require Surgery
The Rapid Recovery program uses a combination of medicines before, during and after surgery to minimize pain and maximize a patient’s ability to resume movement. It allows patients to experience less pain, decreased nausea and begin rehabilitation sooner.
Whatever your injury, chances are that our experts have seen and treated it numerous times before. We’ve performed countless hip arthroscopy procedures and we use advanced surgical options to treat our patient’s pain, discomfort and orthopedic disability.