Treatments for Labrum Injury
Most people with labrum injuries respond well to arthroscopic surgery, especially when there is an opportunity to preserve the cartilage that’s left. Our award-winning team of orthopedic surgeons use minimally invasive procedures to improve precision and accuracy. Not only does the new generation of treatment mean faster recovery times and great results, but there's also a better chance than ever before of getting your full range of motion back.
Get started thinking about treatments here, and know that we are standing by to answer questions and get you back in the swing, with experts who understand what you're looking for.
Treatments We Provide
If a total repair isn't an option, debridement removes all torn parts of the labrum. This prevents fragments from getting caught in the hip joint, eliminating chances of causing more pain and potentially more damage.
In this minimally invasive procedure, the surgeon uses a scope to remove the damaged portion. The tendon is then stitched and anchored back to the arm bone. Also called "keyhole" surgery due to the small incision, this offers you a faster recovery.
Often physical therapy is part of your post-surgery recovery plan. However, physical therapy is used to prevent and relieve pain from many conditions, whether neurological or sports-related. Work with our physical therapists to restore strength and your healthy lifestyle.