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Principles of Hip Arthroscopy in Elite Tennis Players

  • J. W. Thomas ByrdEmail author
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Abstract

Successful hip arthroscopy at any level is dependent on effectively completing a seven step process. Each step is dependent on having successfully completed the prior step. These seven steps include: 1) patient positioning; 2) plan the procedure; 3) patient positioning; 4) portal placement; 5) proper visualization; 6) perform the procedure; and 7) titrate the rehabilitation. Each of these seven essential elements are detailed in this chapter.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Nashville Sports Medicine FoundationNashvilleUSA

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