We speak with Mr Emeka Oragui (Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, London) about femoral acetabular impingement, sportsman hernia and treating young patients with hip replacement surgery through an anterior approach.
In this episode we cover:
01:40: What is femoral acetabular impingement (FAI)?
06:00: Is hip arthroscopy witchcraft?
08:20: Is subtle hip dysplasia under diagnosed? How does this link to FAI?
10:27: Pearls of wisdom – How do you approach a young person with vague pain in the hip with an MRI scan showing a labral tear?
20:10: Sportsman Hernia – an interface area. The anatomy and what is the genesis? What is the Doha agreement?
27:00: Should orthopods stray north of the inguinal ligament?
34:25: What can an orthopaedic surgeon do to treat sportsman hernias?
42:50: Anterior approach hip replacement