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Your hip is the joint where your hip bone (pelvis) and thigh bone (femur) come together. Tendons, ligaments, cartilage, and other soft tissues in and around the joint are also part of the hip. At Dignity Health, our experienced orthopedic surgeons use hip surgery to repair a hip problem. Common types of hip surgery we offer include:
Dignity Health participates in both the California and American Joint Replacement Registries, and provides the latest in hip surgery in the Sacramento region, including Open Reduction Internal Fixation (ORIF) and Mako Total Hip Replacement. Call 916.851.2511 for a physician referral or use our Find a Doctor online tool to talk with a professional about your treatment options.
Not sure if surgery your answer? Take our quick online joint pain assessment to see if you’d benefit from a visit with one of our hip pain specialists or if your hip just needs rest or a less-invasive treatment.
There are various reasons for having hip surgery. Your doctor may recommend hip surgery to treat chronic pain or disability due to:
Hip surgery takes place in a Dignity Health Sacramento-area hospital. The extent of the incision and surgery depends on the specific reason for surgery and the procedure itself. Arthroscopic procedures are minimally invasive. Other forms of hip surgery may either be open surgeries or minimally invasive. You will likely have general anesthesia for any type of hip surgery.
Possible risks and complications of hip surgery depend on the specific procedure. Talk with your Dignity Health doctor before surgery about the possible risks of your procedure and how to reduce risks.
You will likely go home the same day as arthroscopic hip surgery. For other types of hip surgery, you may need to spend a few days in the hospital. Physical therapy is an important part of recovery from any type of hip surgery to regain hip strength, function, and flexibility. Your surgeon or physical therapist will let you know when it’s safe to return to your activities.
Rely on our experts to assist you through every step of the way, from teaching you about the procedure to personalized recovery care.
The orthopedic services at Dignity Health include state-of-the-art hip surgery in Sacramento and the surrounding areas.