There are two types of hip fracture, both treated by orthopedic specialists: geriatric hip fracture and traumatic hip fracture.
Hip fractures occur when a trauma or fall causes a hairline break in the upper quarter of the thighbone. Learn about symptoms and treatment, especially in the elderly.
A torn hip labrum can lead to hip instability, pain, and impair the labrum's ability to absorb shocks.
A minimally invasive surgical technique used to diagnose and treat a range of hip injuries and disorders.
MRI arthrography uses magnetic resonance imaging to diagnose conditions in the knees, shoulders, hips and other joints where two or more bones meet.
Complex knee ligament conditions describes damage to more than one of the four knee ligaments, often as a result of trauma or a sports injury.
A broken ankle is a condition in which tiny fissures to larger cracks and snaps occur in the ankle. Learn about symptoms and treatment.