Staying Hip: Labrum Tears, Impingement & Osteoarthritis

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Join Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Ritesh Shah and Karen Brownlee, a personal trainer and adult program coordinator at the NSYMCA in Northbrook, as they discuss "Syaing Hip" -  in the 37th Virtual YMCA Education Series Program hosted by Illinois Bone & Joint Institute and North Suburban YMCA.

The hip joints are the second largest joints in the human body. Despite their durability, an injury or disease of the hip can cause pain and mobility challenges impacting your ability to bear weight. Common hip injuries include arthritis, bursitis, impingement, fractures, strains, and more. Learn about the diagnosis, causes, and treatment options available to bring relief from both acute and chronic hip pain.

Dr. Ritesh Shah is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon specializing in treating hip and knee disorders. Dr. Shah offers advanced treatments, including minimally invasive muscle-sparing total hip replacements and resurfacing, hip arthroscopy for labrum repairs, minimally invasive customized total knee replacements, partial knee replacements, and knee arthroscopy. In addition, he performs revision hip and knee replacements.

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