Hip Replacement Surgery

Our doctors are highly experienced in hip replacement surgery to help you improve your mobility and quality of life.

Hip Replacement Surgery

Our doctors are highly experienced in hip replacement surgery to help you improve your mobility and quality of life.

Advanced Hip Replacement Surgery

If you have hip pain or mobility issues caused by osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, osteonecrosis, a severe hip injury or hip fracture, and medication and physical therapy no longer provide relief, you may be a good candidate for hip replacement.

We are highly experienced in total hip replacement surgery, also called total hip arthroplasty, and deliver comprehensive care to patients from all walks of life, including professional athletes and performers.

Our orthopedic surgeons specialize in a full range of hip surgery procedures, including anterior hip replacement, to treat simple to complex hip conditions. We work closely with you to understand your symptoms, such as pain, swelling and reduced motion of the hip joint, in order to design a personalized treatment plan tailored to your lifestyle and wellness goals.

World-renowned Hip Replacement Surgeons

Our renowned orthopedic surgeons work in close collaboration with a multidisciplinary team of clinicians, including physical therapy and pain management specialists, to coordinate all aspects of your surgical treatment and recovery journey.

We focus on delivering the latest advances in total hip replacement surgery to help you improve your mobility, reduce pain and enjoy a better quality of life.

Why Choose Us for Total Hip Arthroplasty

Our approach to care and surgery for hip replacement aims to shorten your hospital stay and speed your recovery.

We are recognized as a Blue Distinction Center by Blue Cross Blue Shield for specialty orthopedic care.

Our orthopedic specialists are distinguished as “Top Doctors” by Los Angeles Magazine and Pasadena Magazine.

Frequently Asked Questions

Total hip replacement surgery, also called total hip arthroplasty, may be recommended for patients with chronic hip pain or hip mobility issues caused by osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, osteonecrosis, serious hip injuries or a hip fracture.

Hip replacement surgery is generally recommended for people who have not or no longer respond to other treatment options, such as medication and physical therapy.

Your doctor or orthopedic specialist can review the pros and cons of hip replacement surgery and help you decide if surgery is the right treatment pathway for you.

Recovery time from hip replacement surgery may vary from patient to patient and can also depend on several factors, including general health at time of surgery, age, weight and more. However, most people are able to resume light, daily activities 3 to 6 weeks after surgery.

Talk to your doctor about how to prepare for hip replacement surgery and what recommendations to follow after surgery to improve your outcomes and recovery time.

Hip replacement surgery may last 1 to 2 hours. During the procedure, your doctor will remove damaged bone and/or cartilage from the hip.

Following the removal of the damaged cartilage and bone, new implants (metal, plastic or ceramic) will be positioned to realign and restore the function of the hip.

Yes, there are several precautions and recommendations to follow after hip replacement surgery, such as avoiding high-impact activities like running, jogging, jumping and other high-impact sports.

Your doctor may also outline special recommendations to follow — during the 6 weeks after hip replacement surgery — when sitting, bending and sleeping, as well as during sexual activity.