The physicians at Summit Orthopedics have extensive expertise identifying the cause of hip problems and determining a course of action that makes sense for you. Treatments may include exercise, activity modification, or sessions with a physical therapist. In some instances, surgery in the form of hip replacement or hip arthroscopy may be recommended.
Talk with a hip specialist
If hip pain is impacting your ability to do the activities you enjoy, the hip specialists at Summit Orthopedics will diagnose your condition or injury and discuss all the available treatment options with you.
Schedule your appointment with a hip specialist at one of our convenient clinic locations in Minneapolis/St. Paul.
- Hip Anatomy
- Hip Arthroscopy: After-surgery tips
- Phase III: Lateral | Side Lunge
- Phase III: Retro | Backwards Lunge
- Phase II: Scar Massage
- Phase II: Lateral Step Down
- Phase IV: Lunge with Trunk Rotation
- Phase IV: Retro Walking with Resistance Band
- Phase IV: Squats with Rotations
- Phase III: Resisted Stool Rotations (begin week 8)
- Phase III: Side Plank
- Phase III: Forward Lunges
- Phase III: Single Leg 1/4 Squat
- Phase III: Double Leg Body Weight Squats
- Phase III: Side Stepping
- Phase III: Prone Plank
- Phase III: Bridge with Single Knee Kicks
- Phase II: Hip Hikes Off Step
- Phase II: Y Balance Reaching
- Phase II: Lunge
- Phase II: Side Step-Ups
- Phase II: Therapy Ball Hamstring Curls
- Phase II: Modified Prone Plank (knees to elbows)
- Phase III: Single Leg Dead Lift
- Phase II: Forward Step-Ups
- Phase II: Double Leg 1/4 Squats
- Phase II: 1/2 Kneeling Upper Body Lifts/Chops with Sport Cord
- Phase II: Quadruped Fire Hydrant
- Phase II: Single Leg Stance and Balance Progression
- Phase II: Standing Lateral and Forward/Backward Weight Shift
- Phase II: Sidelying Clam Shells
- Phase II: Standing Hip Abduction Isometric
- Phase II: 1/2 Kneeling Single Arm Row/Extension (with sport cord or Theraband)
- Phase II: 1/2 Kneeling Weight Shift
- Phase II: Double Leg Bridges with Abduction
- Phase II: Stationary Bike
- Patients without Micro Fractures
- Patients with Micro Fractures
- Phase I: Physioball Rollouts
- Phase I: Stool Rotations
- Phase I: Double Leg Bridges
- Phase I: Quadruped Bird Dogs
- Phase I: Quadruped Hip Extensions
- Phase I: Quadruped Rockback
- Phase I: Standing Abduction with Internal Rotation
- Phase I: Cat and Camel
- Phase I: Prone Lying
- Phase I: Add | Abduction Isometrics
- Phase I: Transverse Abdominis Isometrics
- Phase I: Quad Sets
- Phase I: Glute Squeezes
- Phase I: Seated Hamstring Stretch
- Phase I: Soft Tissue Mobilization
- Phase I: Log Rolls
- Phase 1: Hip Circumduction
- Phase I: Stationary Bike
- Hip Video Library
Meet Our Team of Orthopedic Experts
At Summit, each physician works alongside a team of professionals to care for you, our patient.
Understanding the Hip
In many ways, our hips are the body’s unsung heroes. They carry out a challenging, seemingly contradictory function to support our weight while at the same time allowing for motion in a variety of directions. Hips are critical to our ability to stand, walk, and run.
Though versatile, hips are not indestructible. A variety of problems can develop, including arthritis, fractures, inflammation, muscle strains, and even cancer. Common hip complaints include groin pain, clicking and popping, pain with certain movements, pain that moves into our thighs, and difficulty bending.
Whether you’re seeking to ski the slopes of your favorite hill or simply walk upstairs without pain, we can help.
Common conditions and treatments:
“How-to” Video Series: Crutches
Award-Winning Hip Replacement Services
Summit Orthopedics’ Vadnais Heights Surgery Center has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for Advanced Certification for Total Hip and Total Knee Replacement. It is the first facility in Minnesota to achieve this prestigious award.
The advanced certification was developed in response to the growing number of patients undergoing a total hip or total knee replacement surgery in the U.S. Also, there has been an increased focus on clinical evidence-based patient care as it relates to pain management, quality of life issues, functional limitation in mobility, and the return to normal daily activities.
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