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Hip Pain and Injuries

Board-Certified Hip Specialists

Besides being a nuisance, hip pain can prevent you from doing everyday activities. Hip pain can be the result of a recent injury or may be related to a condition that has developed over time. When the condition is too severe to be treated with nonsurgical remedies, hip replacement surgery could be an option for relieving your hip pain.

How Do I Know If I Need Hip Orthopedic Care?

The most frequent causes of pain in the hip can be related to an orthopedic condition that has worsened over time. If you are experiencing persisting hip pain or hip pain following an injury, it may be time to see a Steindler hip specialist.


How Can I Schedule An Orthopedic Consultation?

It can be difficult to identify the problem on your own. That is why our team of dedicated hip specialists are here to help you. Call us at (319) 338-3606 to schedule an appointment today.

Common Hip Conditions

Hip Trauma

Hip trauma includes injuries like fractures, dislocations, and labral tears. These injuries can be extremely painful and will require medical attention to ensure proper healing. Hip pain, inability to walk, swelling, and bruising after an activity are signs of a hip injury. For older individuals, falls can lead to lead to hip fractures more often due to the nature of how bones age.


There are many kinds of arthritis that can affect the hip joint, making it difficult to do normal everyday activities. This condition is commonly caused by prolonged wear and tear on the body and symptoms can appear at different ages, depending on the cause. Symptoms of hip arthritis include pain, stiffness, difficulty walking, and even audible sounds when moving the hip joint. Changes in lifestyle and nonsurgical treatments can reduce the pain and discomfort, but surgery may be the most beneficial option if the condition has reached an advanced stage.

Appointment Resources

Once you have scheduled your appointment with one of our specialty-trained hip doctors, please use the links below to obtain our new patient forms and browse through our tips and suggestions on preparing for your appointment.

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At Steindler Orthopedic Clinic, we know how important it is for you to get an appointment scheduled promptly.

Please call us at (319) 338-3606 or our toll-free number at (800) 373-6417.

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