Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI)
FAI is caused by the abnormal bony prominence in front of the neck or head of thigh bone (femur) impinging against socket part of hip joint (acetabulum). FAI is treated by arthroscopically removing the prominence.
Loose Body Removal
Loose body in the joint may be one or more in number and can be cartilage or bone tissue. In the early stages loose body in joint causes pain during movements of the hip joint and in late stage lead to osteoarthritis. The loose bodies are removed by arthroscopy procedure