Hip arthroscopy with Dr. Jon Henry
Thursday, June 4, 2015
Hip arthroscopy is a minimally invasive surgical technique used for hip impairments, often as the result of hip impingement problems. Watch as Orthopedics & Sports Medicine BayCare Clinic orthopedic surgeon Jon Henry, MD, tells us what hip arthroscopy is, what it is used for and what advantages it has over traditional methods.
“Arthroscopically we can either remove or repair, or sometimes reconstruct, the torn labrum or take care of damaged cartilage,” says Dr. Henry.
Candidates for hip arthroscopy often include active individuals who suffer from pre-arthritic hip pain. Small incisions are used to correct conditions such as labral tears, cartilage conditions, ligament tears and specific problems related to hip dysplasia.
If you have hip pain and would like to be evaluated call our office in Green Bay at 877-884-8796, or in Manitowoc at 877-618-6676. You can also request an appointment online here.
Dr. Jon Henry is a Board Certified orthopedic surgeon with a subspecialty board certification in sports medicine, practicing since 2001. Dr. Henry received his medical degree from UW-Madison Medical School and then completed an orthopedic surgery residency in Syracuse, NY and a sports medicine fellowship at The Ohio State University. Learn more about Dr. Henry here.