Hip Resurfacing Surgery

Hip Resurfacing Surgery
Hip Resurfacing Surgery

Hip Resurfacing Surgery is anadvancement in the treatment of Hip Joint Arthritis. This process has been developed as an substitute surgery to Total Hip Joint Replacement (THR). In this surgery, a cobalt-chrome metallic cap is placed, which is like a mushroom, over the skull of the femur. A matching metal cup is located in the pelvis socket, replacing the shells of the patient's hip joint.
Hip Resurfacing Surgery is a landmark in Hip Arthritis Management. Hip Resurfacing procedure is less tender and saves more bone than Total Hip Replacement. This procedure does not eliminate the femoral head and neck nor does it remove bone from femur. Hip Resurfacing Surgery results in improved stability, flexibility and movement. The progressive Hip Resurfacing surgery lasts much longer than Hip Spare. Hip Resurfacing procedure has reduced risk of hip dislocation, more normal walking design and greater hip movement. It gives better results than THR enabling societies to sit on the floor and take part in all sorts of sports and games and enjoy a normal lifecycle. Also, Hip Resurfacing surgery may be easier to review.