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Dr. Everhart is a fellowship-trained orthopaedic sports medicine surgeon with highly specialized expertise in hip arthroscopy and hip preservation. He provides a full spectrum of minimally invasive procedures to treat pain on all sides of the hip including the front, groin, side, and back of the hip (gluteal pain). He treats a variety of disorders including hip impingement (femoroacetabular impingement), acetabular labrum tears (hip labrum tears), hip dysplasia, hip bursitis, avascular necrosis, nerve irritation around the hip (piriformis syndrome and related conditions), athletic pubalgia, sports hernia, snapping hip, chronic tendinitis, and acute hip injuries. For young patients with hip arthritis, he can provide a thorough assessment for treatment
Cam deformity on the femur causing painful hip impingement. The femoral head should be spherical. The cam ‘bump’ (the bone outside of the circle) pinches against hip labrum and acetabulum (socket) which can cause pain, labrum tears, and cartilage damage!
Arthroscopic reshaping of the femur. There is now a smooth spherical shape. This eliminates hip impingement and minimizes the risk of re-injury to the hip labrum.
Femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) is a condition characterized by excessive friction in the hip joint from the presence of bony irregularities. These cause pain and decreased range of hip motion.
Femoral cam deformity, also referred to as cam impingement, is an irregularity or malformation of the ball at the top of the femur, or thigh bone.
Acetabular pincer deformity, also referred to as pincer impingement, is an abnormality of the acetabulum (hip socket) where the acetabulum is excessively deep or over covers the femoral head, resulting in impingement of the femoral neck and rupture of the labrum.