Do I Need a Hip Arthroscopy?
 
Hip arthroscopy in general is now evolved not only as a diagnostic tool but to treat certain hip condition which were considered untreatable before. People with Groin and Hip pain usually have a labral tear in their hip which is very much amenable to arthroscopy. A trained surgeon in hip arthroscopy usually evaluates the clinical symptoms and correlate it with X-rays and MRI to decipher the need of arthroscopy. Patients should recognize that all hip patients are not candidates of arthroscopy neither is hip arthroscopy a substitute of hip replacement. With time hip arthroscopy has evolved as an adjunctive tool to help surgeons to relieve the patients of even the most minor and initial phases of hip diseases.