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Total hip replacement (also known as total hip arthroplasty) is an effective treatment for chronic and debilitating hip arthritis.

At University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC), our hip specialists will help you determine if you should continue with non-surgical treatments or if it's time for a hip replacement.

A hip is a ball and socket joint. In a total hip replacement, a metal cup lined with an advanced plastic surface replaces the arthritic socket. A high-strength metal or ceramic ball mounted on a stem and placed in the thighbone replaces the arthritic ball. This way, the damaged surfaces are replaced while leaving the majority of the bone around the hip intact.

To make an appointment with our team, call 410-448-6400 or request an appointment online.

Rapid Recovery Hip Replacement

Hip replacements at University of Maryland are performed with muscle-sparing, tissue-sparing approaches together with multiple options for your pain control regimen. This allows our patients to walk the same day of surgery. Medically suitable patients are eligible to go home later the same day.

University of Maryland's Hip Replacement Team

Our hip surgeons are an excellent choice for patients who need a hip replacement. As the referral surgeons for the entire state of Maryland when patients have especially challenging conditions of the hip, we have the expertise to provide you with the best outcome.

Make an Appointment

To make an appointment with one of our hip surgeons or to learn more about our services, please call 410-448-6400.

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