Hip Preservation Program

Caring for Newborns to Adults with Complex Hip Disorders

At the Hip Preservation Program at Cincinnati Children’s, we offer coordinated care of hip problems in patients ranging in age from newborn up to 45 years old. Our skilled team has expertise in treating all hip conditions, whether congenital, developmental or post-traumatic.

Our overall goal is hip preservation. That means we use treatments with a focus on saving the natural hip joint to prevent or reduce pain, and prevent or significantly delay hip replacement.

Our team of specialists consists of experienced surgeons trained in both pediatric and adult orthopaedic procedures with additional fellowship training in hip preservation. We work together to determine the diagnosis, optimal treatment, and the best perioperative care plan for you or your child.

Our Approach to Care

The expertise and technology that Cincinnati Children's is known for is on full display in the Hip Preservation Program's approach to care.

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Why Choose Us?

Treating hip disorders can be a complex, long-term process. The Hip Preservation Program at Cincinnati Children's partners with your family for a positive outcome.

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Your Child's Condition

Conditions and treatments.
Our team evaluates and treats the full spectrum of hip disorders.  Read more

What you can do to help preserve your child's hips

Our Scorecard

U.S. News & World Report scored our orthopaedics program on outcomes & experience; numbers of patients & procedures; key programs, services & staff; professional recognition; quality improvement efforts; and patient support. See Details