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Hip Care

Get individualized care for the way you want to live

State-of-the art diagnosis, treatment, and care from our team of hip specialists help athletes get back in their game and patients return to their active lives.

Common Conditions & Procedures

  • Anterior Approach Hip Replacement
  • Bilateral Hip Replacement
  • Hip Arthoscopy (Hip Scope)
  • Hip Arthritis & Osteoarthritis
  • Hip Dislocation
  • Hip Impingement
  • Hip Joint Replacement
  • Hip Labral Tear
  • Hip Resurfacing
                                               

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Both of my hips were bad and needed to be replaced. I could barely walk into a store or walk more than 200 feet without experiencing extreme pain. Now, after my hips have been replaced…
– Todd O., patient

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My hip surgery done by Dr. Meyer has allowed me to walk regularly again without pain.
– Frederick P., patient

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I'm 58 and was experiencing the debilitating pain that comes with bone-on-bone anatomy in the right hip. I felt ancient beyond my years, hobbling around with one leg an inch shorter than the other. – Sandra H., patient

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My experience with Dr. Owen O’Neill and his team was a very positive one! Dr. O'Neill made me feel so very comfortable. And I am SO thankful he got my surgery done on January…
– Betty B., patient

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The moment I met Dr. O'Neill, I knew I was going to select him to be my hip(s) surgeon. He takes his time in reviewing X-rays with patients as well as covering all aspects…
– Julie M., patient

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Hip Replacement Gives Hockey Legend Tom Chorske His Life Back

Tom Chorske is a hockey legend in Minnesota. But his championship career also left him with a bad hip. Now that we’re back safely doing elective surgeries, Tom’s back to being…

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