Are you hobbling around because of hip stiffness and pain? Dr. Vipul Dua, M.D. is a highly experienced and top-rated orthopedic surgeon who provides exceptional orthopedic care. He treats patients on an individual basis and believes in exploring the use of conservative treatments prior to surgical intervention. His practice provides state of the art nonsurgical and minimally invasive surgical care including arthroscopic procedures and robotic-assisted joint replacement procedures of the hip and knee, so that you may rapidly return to activity. Our compassionate and experienced staff focuses on patient education, comfort, and quick recovery. Dr. Dua offers comprehensive treatments to many orthopedic problems including robotic-assisted hip and knee surgery, minimally invasive surgery (arthroscopy), primary hip and knee reconstruction or replacement, partial knee replacement, shoulder dislocations, shoulder surgery including rotator cuff repair, fracture surgery, and arthritis management. This talented orthopedist is the leading orthopedic surgeon to see for treatment of hip pain in Manchester.
Sometimes called “wear-and-tear” arthritis, osteoarthritis is a common condition that many people develop after their fifties. In 2011, more than 28 million people in the United States were estimated to have osteoarthritis. It can occur in any joint in the body, but most often develops in weight-bearing joints, such as the hip. Osteoarthritis of the hip causes pain and stiffness. It can make it hard to do everyday activities like bending over to tie a shoe, rising from a chair, or taking a short walk. Because osteoarthritis gradually worsens over time, the sooner you start treatment, the more likely it is that you can lessen its impact on your life. To relieve your hip pain in Manchester, Dr. Dua will work with you to decide your best treatment option in order to get you back to your active lifestyle much faster.
To treat your hip pain in Manchester, Dr. Dua offers total hip replacement. This entails removing both the damaged acetabulum and femoral head, and then positioning new metal, plastic or ceramic joint surfaces to restore the function of your hip. To discuss if this surgery is right for you, come in for an appointment today and get treated by a top-rated orthopedic surgeon.