Kiburz IV, MD
The hip joint is the body’s largest ball-and-socket joint and it is designed to withstand repeated motion.
Whenever you use the hip (walking, running, or other motion) a cushion of cartilage helps prevent friction as the hip bone moves in its socket.
The cartilage begins to wear down with age and use, causing pain. Damage to muscles and tendons, as well as fall and injury, are common conditions.
Our team takes a multidisciplinary approach when it comes to treating hip pain, degeneration or conditions.