Minimally Invasive Hip Surgery Isn't Always the Right Choice

U.S. News & World Report—June 3, 2016

In an article published in U.S. News & World Report, HealthDay reporter, Chuck Green, explains that minimally invasive hip surgery may not always be the best option to relieve serious, ongoing hip pain for some patients, according to a recent Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) study.

The article mentions that, "For the study, Dr. William Schairer, who's with the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City, and colleagues reviewed information from two surgical databases. One was in California, the other was in Florida. The investigators found more than 7,300 patients who'd had hip arthroscopy and had at least two years of medical follow-up."

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