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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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I had surgery on my right hip which was bone on bone and waited a little too long. For two years my wife and I planned a bucket list trip to Africa. If it wasn't…
– John R., patient

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I was told about Dr. Christopher Meyer from a doctor friend of mine who knew of his reputation as an excellent surgeon. Dr. Meyer performed three surgeries on me within a 31 day…
– Myron C., patient

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Everything went great! I wouldn’t think twice about doing it again. Pain free! Both Dr. O’Keefe and Nathan Dumm were wonderful. I would never consider going anywhere else.
– Karen L., patient

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Twice Dr. Brian O’Neill has given me a new life. In 2003 he performed my knee surgery and in 2014 he performed my hip surgery. Each time I was what I was calling “given…

– Rose Marie G., patient

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I picked Dr. Szalapski out of a phone book 18 years ago at 43 years old needing a hip replacement. He was professional and gave me all the information I didn’t want to hear!…
– Barbara W., 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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