A total hip replacement is a surgery to replace a diseased or injured hip joint. An artificial ball-and-socket joint is inserted to make a new hip. A minimally invasive total hip replacement is also a surgery to replace a diseased or injured hip joint. This surgery only requires one or two tiny incisions and special instruments. People eligible for this surgery are typically younger than 50, of normal weight, and healthier than those who have the traditional total hip replacement surgery. Click the links to learn more about knee replacement surgery:Are You a Candidate for Hip Replacement?
Preparations for Hip Surgery
Surgical Procedure After Your Hip Surgery
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