Hip replacement surgery, or arthroplasty, can alleviate hip pain and improve your ability to get around. It also may reduce or eliminate limping.

Experience the Blessing Difference: Hip Replacement Surgery

When you come to Blessing for hip replacement surgery, you benefit from:

  • Experienced specialists: Our Orthopedic Team has extensive experience working with athletes and active individuals of all ages. 

  • Comprehensive services: All of the orthopedic care you need is available right here in Quincy. We offer a complete range of treatments for hip problems, as well as orthopedic rehabilitation.   

  • Minimally invasive procedures: When possible, our orthopedic team uses minimally invasive blood-sparing surgical techniques. With smaller incisions, there is less cutting of muscle and reduced blood loss. As a result, you have a lower risk of infection and recover more quickly.

  • Advanced pain management: We use the latest pain control treatments to reduce pain, prevent medication side effects and return you quickly to normal life.

  • Caregiver support: Our team works with your designated caregiver to ensure he or she has the tools and resources needed to help you get the results you seek after surgery.

  • Care that focuses on you: At Blessing, we treat our patients like family. You see the same familiar, helpful faces at your appointments and throughout your course of treatment.

Do You Need Hip Replacement Surgery?

You may benefit from hip replacement surgery if you have one or more of these problems:

  • Hip pain that is not controlled by over-the-counter pain medications

  • Hip pain that persists despite nonsurgical treatments, such as steroid injections

  • Osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis in the hip

  • Bone death due to insufficient blood supply (avascular necrosis)

  • Difficulty walking or going up and down stairs

  • Limping

  • Hip fracture

Visit joint replacement to learn how we diagnose broken hips and hip injuries.

Hip Replacement Surgery at Blessing

During hip replacement surgery, you can expect the following steps:

  1. Your doctor removes damaged bone and cartilage from the hip joint.

  2. Your doctor replaces damaged parts of the thighbone (femur) and hip socket with prosthetic implants.

  3. After surgery, you undergo orthopedic rehabilitation to regain strength and mobility in the new hip.

  4. Because bone is no longer pressing against bone, you enjoy pain-free, gliding leg movement again.

Types of Hip Replacement Surgery

Blessing offers the following hip replacement surgeries:

  • Total hip replacement: Your doctor replaces damaged parts of the thighbone and hip socket with prosthetic implants.

  • Revision total hip replacement: Hip implants may last 10 to 20 years. Revision surgery occurs when your doctor replaces worn or loosened prosthetic implants with new ones.