Hip Tendon Tears
Hip Tendinopathy, tendon tears, and surgery
All too often, the hip tendons can get ripped up and torn or injured with wear and tear or trauma. This can include the ITB, hamstrings, or iliopsoas. Many times these things are actually related to the low back, which can only be determined by a whole person exam.Are You a Regenexx Candidate?
Avoid Hip Tendon Surgery with Regenexx
This commonly recommended intervention for chronic tendon pain and tightness can involve sewing together tears, cutting the tendon to try to get it to heal, or lengthening a tight tendon. While this approach may lead to relief of the tightness and surrounding symptoms, the body is precisely balanced, and the shortening or lengthening of the tendon often leads to other problems. Moreover, whatever biomechanical problem led to the initial tendon injury has not been resolved. In evaluating these problems, our expert physicians are trained to look for the root cause of any injury and will spend a full hour with each patient diagnosing the problem and laying out an appropriate treatment plan that addresses not only the symptom but the root cause of the injury.
If you elect to move forward with treatment, you can expect the following.
During this outpatient procedure, our expert physicians use precise image guidance to inject custom concentrations of your body’s natural healing agents into the precise areas of damage to tighten and stabilize your hip for better function and mobility. Call our patient care coordinators today to get started on your path to recovery.
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- Increased function
- Pain reduction
- Most individuals do not experience extensive downtime
- Minimal time off of work
- No surgery
- Minimal use of mobility tools (crutches, etc.)
- Minimal disruption of regular routine
Regenexx has performed more than 69,000 procedures worldwide. Regenexx keeps records of Regenexx procedures performed by physicians in our network in our outcomes database.View Outcomes
Before & After MRI Library
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Are You A Candidate for the Regenexx Hip Tendon Tears Procedure?
Speak with a Regenexx patient liaison to learn more about how we can help.
- We listen to your specific situation and concerns.
- We answer questions related to your condition and Regenexx.
- We explain the patient process for considering a hip tendon tears procedure.
- We can schedule a time to meet with a Regenexx physician near you.