Bilateral Hip Arthroscopy: Patients come from near and far for single surgery with single rehab

Dr. Dean Matsuda is one of very few surgeons worldwide that performs bilateral hip arthroscopy as a single surgery to treat athletes with hip-generated pain in both hips. This procedure, published by Dr. Matsuda in the following link, teaches surgeons how to perform efficient and safe surgery with minimal traction times. Patients enjoy having a single rapid rehabilitation program rather than going through two separate surgeries with two postoperative rehabilitation periods.

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