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Anterior Hip Replacement

An anterior hip replacement is a less invasive surgical procedure that removes damaged hip bones and replaces them with artificial hip components.

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At UC Health, our experts have developed innovative, breakthrough techniques for total joint replacement, including hips, that reduce pain and restore your health so you can enjoy life.

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Our Allergy & Sinus experts are global leaders in diagnosing and treating conditions of the nose and sinuses. From pioneering new procedures to helping write national treatment guidelines, our physicians are known around the world for their innovation and research in this subspecialty.

To schedule an appointment, please call the UC Health Allergy & Sinus team at 513-475-8400.

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Answers to Your Anterior Hip Replacement Questions

During an anterior hip replacement, damaged bones are replaced with artificial joints, usually made of metal and plastic components. 

This procedure is less invasive than a traditional hip replacement and causes less damage to the surrounding muscles and tendons, leading to a faster recovery with fewer restrictions. It also helps reduce pain, improves mobility and results in less scarring due to smaller incisions. 

In addition, many patients return home in less than 24 hours following surgery.


All forms of hip arthritis, including osteoarthrosis, rheumatoid arthritis, avascular necrosis of the hip and post-traumatic arthritis can be treated with this procedure.

An anterior hip replacement surgery is related to need, not age, and depends on the level of pain and discomfort the patient is experiencing. 

However, patients that receive a hip replacement at a younger age may need to have a second procedure performed later in life.

Recovery times for this procedure vary from person to person, but this treatment option can help accelerate recovery and time spent in rehabilitation. 

Finally, most hip replacement surgeries are covered by insurance, but please contact your insurance provider to verify your coverage and for more information as needed.

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Experience and Expertise

Deep Experience

Since 2010, our team has performed more than 1,000 anterior hip replacement surgeries.

Innovative Approach

At UC Health, our experts use surgical automation specially designed to safely prepare the bone to decrease complications following hip replacement surgery.

Collaborative Care

Your physician will work with you to determine the best course of treatment based on your level of pain, activity level and limitations. X-rays and other tests will be reviewed as well to determine if hip replacement surgery is right for you.

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Referring Physicians: Success and Provider Toolbox

We are committed to providing optimal care to your patient and open communication with you. We understand that as a referring physician, you need to be kept informed on your patient’s progress. That’s why we set up a toolbox to share detailed information about your patient’s health with you.

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