Brian Gladnick MD

Direct Anterior Total Hip Replacement for Avascular Necrosis

Pre-operative image of a 33-year-old male patient with longstanding right-sided hip pain, stiffness, and chronic shortening of the limb. The hip X-ray demonstrates avascular necrosis with complete collapse of the femoral head and destruction of the articular cartilage.

The patient has now undergone a right total hip replacement through a direct anterior approach, with anatomic component positioning and restoration of his native hip length and offset.

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Total Hip Replacement
Dan W. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

"Dr. Gladnick did a total anterior hip replacement on me last February. After four weeks of dedicated rehab, I was able to travel to Florida in mid-March for a family vacation. Knee and hip pain is gone, and I can walk again without a limp. Thank you Dr. Gladnick!"

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