- Hip Arthroscopy
- Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI)
- Cartilage tear/Labral Tear
- Cartilage Restoration
- Peritrochanteric Bursitis
- Gluteus Tendon Tears
- Snapping Hip (iliopsoas or iliotibial band)
- Proximal Hamstring Tears
- Hip Instability
- Piriformis Syndrome
- Postless Hip Arthroscopy
- Stryker HipMap and HipCheck Miami
- What To Expect After Hip Arthroscopy
Dr. Hommen tying arthroscopic knots to repair a hip labrum tear.
Dr. Hommen's hip arthroscopy team
Dr. Hommen views the arthroscopy monitor to view the hip during a labrum repair.
Dr. Hommen holding the arthroscope during hip arthroscopy.
Dr. Hommen performing an arthroscopic labrum reconstruction.
Dr. Hommen utilizes the Stryker Guardian Hip arthroscopy table. No use of a perineal post to allow for safe and excellent access to the hip joint.
Dr. Hommen setting up the Stryker Guardian Hip Arthroscopy table. Dr. Hommen was the first orthopedic surgeon to use the Guardian table in South Florida.
Stryker Hip Map. Dr Hommen was the first doctor in South Florida to utilize the HipMap and HipCheck for his hip arthroscopy patients. The HipMap is a pre-operative planning tool that creates a 3D recreation of the hip allowing for precise surgical planning. Then during surgery, D r. Hommen uses the HipCheck to accurately monitor the level of femoracetabulum impingement (FAI) resection.