A total hip replacement (arthroplasty) is a surgical procedure that replaces an injured, deformed, or arthritic hip joint with a metal and plastic implant. Hip surgeons often perform a hip replacement to treat hip arthritis. Hip arthritis can be the result of the wear and tear of aging and can also arise from injuries.
Hip pain can be treated with lifestyle modifications, medications, and tools like canes or walkers, but if hip pain persists, a hip replacement may be the best option. Hip replacement participants typically experience a drastic reduction in pain and are able to return to pain-free daily activities.
Why Hip Replacement?
HIP REPLACEMENTS CAN HELP PEOPLE WITH CHRONIC HIP PAIN PRESERVE THEIR RANGE OF MOTION AND RETURN TO PAIN-FREE DAILY ACTIVITIES.
Smith + Nephew Hip Replacement Technology
Our hip replacement surgeons utilize Smith + Nephew Hip Replacement Technology.
Why Choose Shasta Ortho?
Hip Replacements on an OutPatient Basis
Enjoy the convenience of the wide variety of foot and ankle treatment options – from foot and ankle specialist visits to diagnostic procedures such as X-ray and MRI – in one location at our comprehensive Redding medical facility.
Shoulder, hip, knee and ankle replacements can now be performed on an outpatient basis at Shasta Ortho and Apogee Surgery Center.
The North State’s Most Qualified Hip Surgeons
Shasta Orthopaedics has the most qualified hip replacement surgeons in the North State.
Dr. Troy A. Miles
Dr. Troy A. Miles is a fellowship-trained orthopaedic surgeon who specializes in the treatment of disorders of the shoulder, hip, and knee, including joint replacement and reconstruction, and arthroscopic surgery. He has advanced training in a variety of approaches to joint replacement, including direct anterior hip replacement and minimally invasive techniques.
John C. Lange, MD
Dr. John C. Lange has specialty training in the emerging field of minimally invasive surgical techniques. He is a consultant for and developer of Smith+Nephew Corporation’s, computer assisted orthopaedic surgery systems—which enable orthopaedic surgeons to perform high precision, minimally invasive, hip & knee replacement surgery and pelvic and acetabular trauma stabilization surgery.