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The Hip – Services Overview

Kansas City Bone & Joint Clinic is very fortunate to have the expertise of board certified orthopedic surgeons and hip specific fellowship trained surgeons. The hip joint is an important joint that allows walking, running, bending and stooping.

The hip joint is commonly called a ball and socket joint and allows a significant range of motion which, if limited, can have a negative impact on daily activities. Our team of specialists know how important it is to help you to return to the activities that you love. Please call our office to schedule an appointment for further evaluation.

More information on how the hip works:  Krames Online

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Hip Conditions

The providers at KCBJ treat a wide variety of hip conditions.  Click here to learn more about what we treat.

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Hip Procedures

The orthopedic surgeons at KCBJ perform different procedures for the hip based on the condition being treated.  Click here to find out more about those procedures.

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Treatments, Exercises & Rehab

Did your provider recommend a conservative treatment route with a home exercise program?  Click here to get started with different flexibility and strengthening programs for the hip.

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Schedule An Appt.

We offer online appointment scheduling for your convenience. Click below to request an appointment with one of our hip specialists.

Related Physicians

The providers at Kansas City Bone and Joint Clinic each have their own areas of specialty. Click on the providers below to read more about them.

Related Physicians

The providers at Kansas City Bone and Joint Clinic each have their own areas of specialty. Click on the providers below to read more about them.

Related Articles

Still can’t find what you’re looking for? Check out these related articles and blogs to find out more information regarding your hip injury.

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Low Back Vs. Hip Pain: Where Is It Coming From?

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Prevention of Osteoarthritis?

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Back in action

Here are great stories from a few of our patients on how they got ‘Back in Action’ after their hip pain.

Anterior Hip Replacement Back in Action Story- Dr. Salin

“It was extraordinary the difference- the way of life I live now compared to what I did before.  I can run up and down the stairs like nothing.  I have no hip pain at all. Zero. I go hunting. I go fishing.  I go to the gym.  I coach my son’s baseball. I... read more