Hip impingement – Our treatment

Specially coordinated physiotherapy can offer relief for your discomfort with hip impingement, with medication also used where necessary. If there is no improvement despite intensive treatment, surgery may help in the long term. Our experts specialise in treating hip impingement.
If the damage in the hip joint is not yet too severe, we will attempt to treat your hip condition conservatively – i.e. without surgery. For you, this means the prescription of specially coordinated physiotherapy and treatment with medication. Physiotherapy strengthens your muscles and restores the natural play in the joints so that the discomfort often subsides.
However, if the hip joint has suffered major damage, a surgical intervention is necessary. In this case, we use state-of-the-art and minimally invasive surgical techniques to restore pain-free joint function. No matter whether you undergo conservative treatment or surgery: Our consultants and therapists have specialised in treating hip impingement and joint malpositions for many years.

Conservative treatment methods

Surgical treatment methods

General information about Hip impingement

Hip impingement - when the femur hits the acetabulum. Learn more about causes, symptoms and diagnosis.