Welcome to Pinnacle Surgical Orthopedics, the leading destination for advanced orthopedic care in Nashville, TN. If you're dealing with hip impingement and seeking expert guidance, you've come to the right place.
At Pinnacle, we take pride in our esteemed team of board-certified orthopedic surgeons who are dedicated to providing exceptional care. Among them is Dr. Malcom Baxter, an experienced hip surgeon with 28 years of private practice experience.
Dr. Baxter brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to every patient. His approach to treating hip impingement is minimally invasive. By utilizing advanced techniques that minimize tissue damage, he aims to optimize patient outcomes and expedite recovery.
Whether your hip impingement stems from structural abnormalities, repetitive motions, or sports-related injuries, Pinnacle Surgical Orthopedics offers comprehensive solutions to alleviate pain and restore functionality. Contact us today to schedule a consultation with Dr. Baxter and take the first step towards a pain-free and active life.
Hip impingement, also known as femoroacetabular impingement (FAI), can cause significant pain and discomfort, affecting your daily activities and mobility. At Pinnacle Surgical Orthopedics, we are experienced in diagnosing and treating hip impingement, providing comprehensive solutions to alleviate your symptoms and improve your quality of life.
Common symptoms of hip impingement include:
Our experienced orthopedic team at Pinnacle Surgical Orthopedics offers a range of effective treatments for hip impingement, including:
At Pinnacle, our dedicated team, led by Dr. Malcom Baxter, is committed to providing personalized care to address your hip impingement. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and let us help you find effective treatment options tailored to your specific needs, so you can regain your active lifestyle.
During a hip impingement test, you can expect a series of movements and physical assessments to evaluate the range of motion and potential impingement in your hip joint. The test may involve bending and rotating your hip in different positions while the doctor or therapist carefully observes and assesses any pain or limitations. It is important to communicate any discomfort or pain you may experience during the test to ensure an accurate evaluation.
When is hip impingement surgery typically necessary?
Impingement surgery is typically necessary when conservative treatments fail to provide relief or improve symptoms. It is often recommended when there is persistent pain, limited range of motion, or significant functional limitations that affect daily activities. However, the need for surgery is determined on a case-by-case basis, and it is best to consult with a healthcare professional for a personalized assessment.
Yes! Dr. Baxter and the team at Pinnacle Surgical Orthopedics accept insurance from a wide range of providers across the Greater Nashville area. To learn more about our list of accepted providers, visit our here on the website.