Hip arthroscopy allows the hip joint to be explored using an optic.
This procedure is intended to treat intra-articular pathologies such as femoro-acetabular conflict, removal of foreign bodies or tendon injuries that may affect the periarticular muscles (trochanteric bursitis).
Arthroscopy is performed under general anesthesia.
Cryotherapy (shoulder icing) is efficient in reducing post-operative hematoma. No support for two weeks, you must follow the instructions provided by your surgeon. Rehabilitation is necessary after one month of the intervention.