Hip Fracture

A hip fracture is a serious injury that can interrupt daily activities of living, like cooking or dressing. Usually occurring in older adults, a hip fracture is when there is a break in the thigh bone of your hip joint. About 90 percent of fractures happen to those aged 60 and older. Most fractures are categorized as femoral neck fracture and intertrochanteric hip fracture.

Spectrum Health’s orthopedic specialists are the area’s most experienced team of orthopedic trauma surgeons and nurses with expertise in fracture repair. With your fracture care team, you’ll see why our fracture programs have been recognized as offering “Five Star” care.

Treatments for Hip Fracture

We want you to continue to be involved in the activities you enjoy, but a hip fracture may limit you. Our orthopedic hip specialists will work to restore your flexibility and hip function. Your treatment depends on the extent of your injury, overall health and your preference. Surgical options are minimally invasive, getting you on the road to recovery faster.