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Labral Tears

Labral Tears TreatmentThe labrum is a crescent shaped piece of cartilage attached to the rim of the hip joint providing stability. The labrum can become detached, frayed, torn, or degenerated due to acute injury or repetitive activity.

Patients with labral tears usually have pain deep in the groin or the front of the hip. Sometimes you may feel the hip "gives out," gets worse while sitting or walking, and may even "click."


Our Approach

Our specialized doctors have great success managing the pain of labral tears, particularly in professional athletes and ballet dancers, and providing relief beyond traditional injections, medications, and physical therapy.


By identifying the adhesions or chronic strains of the muscles that surround the hip and the joint capsule, we are treat the affected areas and reduce the irritation to the labrum. When pain from a labral tear proves resistant to conservative therapy, arthroscopic surgery may be indicated.
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