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Birmingham Hip Resurfacing Links
Dr. Mark Gillespy has been trained by Smith Nephew to perform a hip resurfacing arthroplasty using the Birmingham Hip Resurfacing System. Most doctors perform total hip replacements, where as this is a different procedure that is being offered in the medical treatment of hip arthritis. Please click on the links below for more information:

Read the Birmingham Hip Resurfacing System Patient Brochure (.pdf)





More Information about the Birmingham Hip Resurfacing System:

BIRMINGHAM Hip Resurfacing
Who is a Candidate for Hip Resurfacing?
Diseases of the Hip
Non-surgical Alternatives to Hip Resurfacing
The Procedure
The Implant
Hip Resurfacing: Pre-op & Surgery Day
Hip Rehabilitation After Surgery
Preventing Hip Resurfacing Complications
Frequently Asked Questions





Movies about the Birmingham Hip Resurfacing System:

  An Introduction to the BHR System
  Conditions of Hip Resurfacing
  Anatomy of Hip Resurfacing
  Treatment Options
  Implant Design
  Bearing Surfaces
  Surgery
  Bone Conservation
  Frequently Asked Questions
  In Conclusion




Virtual Hip Resurfacing Activity
Take on the role of the Surgeon throughout a hip resurfacing surgery



Articles By Dr. Mark Gillespy
Click on the links below to see each topic:

The Birmingham Hip Resurfacing System



 

 
Birmingham Hip Resurfacing


An exciting new alternative to total hip replacement is now available in the United States. Used successfully for years around the globe, the BIRMINGHAM HIP Resurfacing System has recently been approved by the Food and Drug Administration for use in the United States. Now, patients suffering from hip pain due to arthritis, dysplasia or avascular necrosis can benefit from its conservative approach to treatment.

Because this technologically advanced surgical procedure resurfaces rather than replaces the end of your femur (thighbone), you may participate in more strenuous physical activity with an implant that is potentially more stable and longer-lasting than traditional total hip replacements. And if future revision surgery is required, it may be a less complex and less traumatic procedure.

In fact, a 1,626-hip study of the effectiveness of the technique found that 99.5-percent of patients responded they were “Pleased” or “Extremely pleased” with the results of their BIRMINGHAM HIP Resurfacing surgery.

 

 
 
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