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Hip Impingement Surgery (FAI)

Summary

Hip Impingement Surgery (FAI)

This is a condition that has been recognised and understood only relatively recently. Hip impingement is normally caused by too much contact between abnormally shaped parts of the head of the thigh bone and the hip socket. This results in restricted hip movement and pain.

The aim of femoro–acetabular arthroscopic surgery is to improve the range of movement and reduce pain. Arthroscopic impingement (or FAI) surgery will hopefully prevent hip arthritis in the future and thus avoid a total hip replacement.

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