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Three ways to make sure your hip surgery gets approved

2018-10-14T19:59:31+00:00

Everyday our office is overwhelmed with surgical and MRI prior authorization denials for patients we anticipate on treating. These denials, which often occur at the worst possible time, not only shock our patients, but also scare them as these denials can lead to major roadblocks in accessing care they desperately

Three ways to make sure your hip surgery gets approved2018-10-14T19:59:31+00:00

Costs Associated With Hip Arthroscopy and Conservative Management

2018-06-24T18:15:59+00:00

In a recent study, it was found that hip arthroscopy and the costs associated with recovery are more cost-effective than avoiding surgery through conservative management.  Surgery and the costs associated with surgery can be scary, so patients are often hopeful that they can avoid surgery all together through months

Costs Associated With Hip Arthroscopy and Conservative Management2018-06-24T18:15:59+00:00

Labral Repair Vs. Reconstruction: What you need to know

2018-06-03T16:28:51+00:00

“What happens if Dr. Wolff gets in there and finds out that my labrum is more torn than we thought? Will he still fix it?” This question is probably the number one question we are asked in the office during initial surgical consultation. In many fields of orthopaedics, surgery can

Labral Repair Vs. Reconstruction: What you need to know2018-06-03T16:28:51+00:00

Hip Pain in the Lacrosse Athlete

2018-05-28T12:11:05+00:00

When asked what the most aggressive contact sport is, most answer football or hockey (GO CAPS GO!), but tend to forget about lacrosse. Lacrosse has the physicality and contact of football and hockey, cutting and technical expertise of soccer, and requires the overhead strength of baseball.

Hip Pain in the Lacrosse Athlete2018-05-28T12:11:05+00:00

LISS vs. HIIT Training after Hip Arthroscopy: Our therapist Kevin McGuinness weighs in on recent WashPo article

2018-05-10T15:18:21+00:00

Less is often more. During recovery, patients are often told that exercise strategies like high intensity interval training (HIIT) will help them to recover faster. This, however, is not always the case. The promise behind HIIT is that it can produce increased endurance and fitness in a shorter period of

LISS vs. HIIT Training after Hip Arthroscopy: Our therapist Kevin McGuinness weighs in on recent WashPo article2018-05-10T15:18:21+00:00