Hip Preserving Surgeries

November 7, 2013

There has been an increased awareness of disorders which may predispose some patients for hip pain and premature hip degeneration. Through advances in minimally invasive surgical techniques unprecedented therapeutic intervention options have become available. Dr. Brian Kelly from the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York and Dr. Keith Mayo from UW Medicine are two true pioneers in the field of identification of hip disease and hip joint preservation surgeries. They speak about their experiences in diagnosis and management of hip pain and dysplasia.

Dr. Brian Kelly, Hospital for Special Surgery, New York
Dr. Keith Mayo, Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine, UW Medicine
Dr. Howard Chansky, Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine, UW Medicine