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The solution to every kind of hip pain starts with Manchester Hip Clinic

Soft tissue problems

Soft tissue problems occur in muscles, connective tissue or in the protective membranes (bursa) around the hip joint. These problems can often be dealt with using physiotherapy.

Hip Impingement

Hip Impingement is a problem where parts of the ball or socket of the hip joint can come into contact with each other during exercise and cause damage. If untreated, this can lead to early arthritis.


Arthritis is a problem within the hip joint itself. ‘Wear and tear’ osteoarthritis frequently occurs in older people,

but younger people often also suffer the condition. Very active people can develop it at a much younger age, as can those who have insufficient blood supply to the hip or those who had hip disease in childhood.

Sometimes arthritis can be treated with painkillers, supplements and lifestyle changes. If the condition fails to respond to these, then hip joint surgery is advised. After the procedure, patients can often return to a near-normal level of activity.

Revision hip surgery

Revision hip surgery is a procedure designed to replace an existing hip replacement which has been in place for some time and has begun to fail..

Impartial advice on your options

Recent developments in surgical techniques mean there is now a wide range of treatment options for hip conditions. At Manchester Hip Clinic our team will carry out a thorough investigation using the latest diagnostic equipment and the impartial advice you receive will help you make informed choices when considering surgery.

If you’re ready to leave hip pain and stiffness behind, you’ll find all the information you need here

Manchester Hip Clinic News



As patients who have had a hip replacement age, there is a decrease in the strength of their bones and an increase in the risk of fracture a...



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Hip Arthroscopy

This is an innovative procedure that allows access to the hip joint using minimally invasive surgical techniques. It has been carried out ep...


Hip Replacements

When a patient has severe arthritis and painkillers no longer effectively control the symptoms, hip joint replacement is advised. This has t...


Implant loosening

Implant loosening is the most common cause/indication for revision hip surgery. Hip replacements have been carried out in the UK regularly s...


Hip revision surgery

Revision hip surgery is carried out for a variety of reasons. These can include the original hip wearing out, the presence of deep infection...

Contact Details


Spire Manchester Hospital,
Russell Road, Whalley Range,
Manchester. M16 8AJ
Tel: 0773 979 1305