Adductor tendon avulsion tears around the hip may occur as acute disabling injuries causing groin pain and weakness, often in athletes. Repairs have been done via open surgery with good outcomes. Dr. Matsuda recently performed the very first completely endoscopic repair as an outpatient procedure. He has pioneered other endoscopic outpatient surgeries in the midline pubic region of the pelvis including endoscopic debridement of the pubic symphysis for chronic osteitis pubis and endoscopic repairs for athletic pubalgia (AKA core muscle injury). He has recently shared this new minimally invasive surgery with other surgeons around the world.
Dr. Dean Matsuda is a guest speaker at the Highlights symposium for the AAOS. He instructs surgeons from across the globe on hip arthroscopy and hip preservation surgery at the largest orthopedic meeting.
Patients with pain in both hips are treatable by select surgeons with single surgery and single rehab
Dr. Dean K. Matsuda presents national and international innovations in the fields of hip arthroscopy and hip preservation surgery.
Newest developments in arthroscopic surgery of the hip and pelvis presented at the annual meeting of the California Orthopedic Association in June 2018 by Dr. Dean Matsuda. Professionally video-recorded by VuMedi for surgeon and patient education purposes.
It’s been known for some time that spine deformities and spinal fusions can cause more complications from hip replacements in patients with arthritis. But what about the nonarthritic hip that hurts?
Dr. Dean Matsuda from Los Angeles publishes key study showing similar successful hip arthroscopy outcomes for patients with shallow (borderline dysplasia), normal, and deep (pincer impingement) hip sockets when performed by very experienced surgeons.