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Center for Hip Preservation

For Medical Professionals

The Center for Hip Preservation is a nationally recognized health resource for men and women of all ages for the care and treatment of hip pain and joint preservation. Our hip specialists utilize proven preservation options to treat a broad range of hip conditions that can occur at any stage of life. These options often involve minimally invasive treatments to help patients get back to their chosen activities and, in some cases, reduce the need for more extensive surgeries.

In addition to improved patient treatment and outcomes research, another focus of the Center is creating continuing education programs for the broader medical community about properly recognizing hip conditions and understanding when specialized care is needed.

Continuing Education

The Professional Education Department provides information to health care professionals through a variety of medical education programs, including continuing medical education lecture series, conferences and symposiums. The department is dedicated to providing timely educational resources to primary care physicians, sub-specialists, managed care groups, primary care hospitals and associated health professionals. The department also provides a mix of state-of-the-art live programs in addition to online program offerings, monographs, hands-on, skill-based sessions, and didactic lectures. HSS offers a range of on-site professional and continuing medical education programs related to hip pain, preservation, and treatment.

Hip Preservation Fellowship

The Hip Preservation Fellowship offers clinical experience in the recognition, correct diagnosis, and management of hip pain in the young, active adult hip. The fellow gains concentrated specialization on hip preservation, from injury prevention strategies, injury evaluation, and diagnosis to restoration of function through rehabilitation or surgical treatment. Both open and arthroscopic joint preservation surgical treatment options are covered in this fellowship program. The fellow gains increased understanding of structural abnormalities in the hip and early diagnosis techniques, which will be used to dictate the appropriate treatment plan for each individual patient.

How to Make a Referral

You or your patient can call the Center by telephone weekdays between 9am and 5pm ET at 800.796.0473. On evenings and weekends, leave a voice message and we will return your call.

Our Physician Referral Service will answer any questions you may have.