Revision Hip Arthroscopy

Revision hip arthroscopy is a surgical procedure used to correct or repair damage to the hip joint that was missed during, or caused by, a previous hip surgery or hip arthroscopy procedure. The use of an arthroscope within this procedure helps visualize the hip joint, where small surgical instruments are used to repair or reconstruct torn or damaged labrum cartilage, correct the ball and socket joint shape, and repair or tighten a torn capsule.


Physical therapy will be necessary for three to six months before returning to normal activities.