A highly experienced hip surgeon with a special interest in hip replacement surgery and the treatment of sports injuries to the hip, based in Lancashire.
Mr Videsh Raut is Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at Wrightington Hospital and Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. He offers private hip surgery at a number of independent hospitals in Lancashire, Merseyside and Greater Manchester:
- Centre for Hip Surgery, Wigan
- Capio Euxton Hall Hospital, Chorley
- BMI The Beaumont Hospital, Bolton
- Fairfield Independent Hospital, St Helens
- Fulwood Hall Hospital, Preston
Mr Raut is also available for consultation at 11 St John Street, Manchester.
Expert hip surgery in Lancashire and Northwest England
Following his general orthopaedics training in Bombay, Oswestry and Birmingham, Mr Raut completed specialist fellowships in hip and knee surgery at Wrightington Hospital in Wigan, Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto, and the Mayo Clinic in the USA. Appointed Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon to the internationally renowned Centre for Hip Surgery at Wrightington Hospital in 1996, he is one of the few orthopaedic surgeons in the UK to publish his personal outcomes of surgery in international peer-reviewed journals. His results for total hip replacement surgery outcomes in 2005 showed no aseptic loosening in any of the artificial joints 9 years after replacement.
Nationally and internationally recognised for his expertise in joint replacement surgery, Mr Raut is a regular contributor to the academic literature and a frequent speaker at conferences. He is actively involved in the teaching and examination of medical students and surgeons, and was made an Honorary Professor at Edge Hill University in 2012
Hip conditions treated by Mr Videsh Raut
Mr Raut offers surgical treatment for conditions affecting the hip, including:
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- Avascular necrosis
- Hip fractures and traumatic injury
- Hip dysplasia
- Sports injuries, including hip labral tear and snapping hip
- Femoroacetabular impingement (FAI)
- Hip subluxation
Treatment of femoroacetabular impingement (FAI)
Femororacetabular impingement (FAI) is a recently recognised hip condition that affects young people, and in particular athletes. For reasons that are not fully understood, some people develop excessive bone tissue at the top of the femur and around the hip socket as they grow. This causes the ball and socket parts of the joint to rub against each other, damaging the cartilage. Initial symptoms include stiffness and loss of the full range of hip motion. Most commonly seen in athletes whose sports require forceful body rotation, such as tennis, rowing and golf, FAI requires prompt diagnosis and treatment, as untreated the condition leads to arthritis developing in the hip joint.
Mr Raut offers expert treatment of FAI, removing excess bone tissue, reshaping the ball and socket of the hip joint, and repairing the damage to the cartilage and acetabular labrum.
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