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Overcoming Hip Dysplasia From Infancy to Adulthood Los Angeles, CA
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Hip dysplasia is a condition characterized by abnormal development of the hip joint, which can affect individuals of all ages, from infants to adults. Left untreated, hip dysplasia can lead to pain, instability and long-term joint damage. However, with advancements in orthopedic care, including robotic hip surgical techniques offered at the Robotic Hip and Knee Replacement LA center, patients of all ages can overcome the challenges posed by hip dysplasia and reclaim their mobility and quality of life.


Hip dysplasia is commonly detected in infants, particularly during routine screenings shortly after birth. Early diagnosis and intervention are crucial for preventing complications and promoting healthy hip development. Treatment options for infants with hip dysplasia may include harnesses, braces, or, in some cases, surgical procedures to realign the hip joint. Robotic-assisted techniques, available at specialized centers like Robotic Hip and Knee Replacement LA, offer precise and minimally invasive solutions for correcting hip dysplasia in infants, ensuring optimal joint function and stability as they grow.


In some cases, hip dysplasia may go undiagnosed or untreated during childhood, leading to symptoms such as hip pain, limping or difficulty walking in adolescence. Adolescents with hip dysplasia may benefit from a combination of conservative treatments, such as physical therapy and activity modification, to alleviate symptoms and improve hip function. However, in cases where conservative measures are ineffective or joint damage is severe, robotic hip replacement surgery may be recommended. Robotic technology allows for surgical precision for optimal joint alignment, resulting in improved outcomes and long-term joint durability for adolescent patients.


Hip dysplasia can also manifest or persist into adulthood, causing chronic pain, stiffness and decreased mobility. Adults with hip dysplasia often experience worsening symptoms over time, impacting their daily activities and quality of life. Robotic hip replacement surgery offers a transformative solution for adults with hip dysplasia, providing precise implant positioning, reduced tissue trauma and faster recovery compared to traditional techniques. At Robotic Hip and Knee Replacement LA, our experienced surgeons utilize advanced robotic technology to tailor treatment plans to each patient’s unique anatomy and needs, ensuring exceptional outcomes and enhanced joint function post-surgery.

Recovery and Rehabilitation

Regardless of age, undergoing hip surgery for hip dysplasia requires comprehensive rehabilitation to optimize recovery and restore mobility. Physical therapy exercises, guided by skilled therapists, help patients regain strength, flexibility and range of motion in the affected hip joint. Our team at Robotic Hip and Knee Replacement LA is committed to supporting patients throughout their recovery journey, providing personalized care and expertise to promote long-term joint health and wellness.

Hip dysplasia can present challenges at every stage of life, but with advancements in robotic-assisted orthopedic surgery, patients can overcome these obstacles and enjoy improved joint function and quality of life. Whether diagnosed in infancy, adolescence or adulthood, individuals with hip dysplasia can find hope and relief through specialized care at centers like Robotic Hip and Knee Replacement LA. If you or a loved one are struggling with hip dysplasia, do not hesitate to seek expert evaluation and treatment to start your journey towards pain-free living and restored mobility. Call our Los Angeles center to schedule a hip dysplasia consultation with Dr. Farzin Kabaei, our board-certified orthopedic surgeon.

Posted on behalf of Dr. Farzin Kabaei, MD

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