2124 14th St. Meridian, MS 39301
Hip Replacement Services in Meridian
Hip Replacement
If painful hips are keeping you from a full, active life, Anderson’s Orthopedic Team is here to help. Hip replacement is a surgical procedure in which your hip joint is replaced with a prosthetic implant.
Hip replacement surgery is performed primarily to relieve hip pain and stiffness caused by hip arthritis
We perform a comprehensive evaluation which considers your lifestyle and activity level to create a customized treatment plan
Our orthopedic surgeons offer advanced approaches including total and partial hip replacements, hip resurfacing, and hip replacement revision.
Advanced expertise and a skilled team that uses the latest technology and approaches to plan and perform procedures
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Meridian Total Hip Replacement
If painful hips are keeping you from a full, active life, Anderson’s Orthopedic Team is here to help. From diagnosis and treatment to rehabilitation and recovery, you’ll have the assurance of quality care, coordinated services and an exceptional patient experience.
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About the Hip Replacement Procedure

If you have persistent hip pain and fit any of the following descriptions, you may be a good candidate for hip replacement surgery:

  • Hip pain that limits your everyday activities such as walking, bending and getting in and out of vehicles
  • You are no longer able to manage joint pain with typical over-the-counter medications, such as ibuprofen (Advil®, Motrin®) or acetaminophen (Tylenol®)
  • Activities you used to take part in such as golf, bicycling and exercising have become too painful to continue
  • Less invasive treatments, such as cortisone injections and physical therapy, do not relieve your pain

Hip replacement is a surgical procedure in which your hip joint is replaced with a prosthetic implant.

Hip Replacement Procedure Steps:

  • The diseased head (ball) of your hip joint is removed
  • A metal stem is placed into your thighbone (femur)
  • A metal or ceramic ball is then placed on the metal stem in your thighbone, forming the first half of the new hip joint
  • The pelvis section is reshaped and lined with a metal or ceramic cup, creating a new socket to house the ball
  • The socket may receive a plastic liner to keep the new joint moving smoothly
  • The ball is slipped into the socket to restore movement and create the new joint
If you are experiencing hip pain, call us ASAP to schedule an appointment
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2124 14th St. Meridian, MS 39301
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