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When to see a doctor about chronic hip pain (video)

Feb. 19, 2018

Arthritis of the hip can cause severe physical pain and deformities to develop within the joint, resulting in limited mobility as well as a significant reduction in one’s quality of life. Hip replacement surgery is a common treatment that can relieve pain and restore a healthy, active lifestyle.

Dr. Steven Allsing an orthopedic surgeon affiliated with Sharp Grossmont Hospital, discusses when to see a doctor about chronic hip pain and provides insight regarding hip replacement surgery.

Meet our team of orthopedic experts and learn more about chronic hip pain at an upcoming seminar, Feb. 20 at Sharp Memorial Hospital, and Feb. 22 at Sharp Grossmont Hospital.

For the news media: To talk with Dr. Allsing about chronic hip pain for an upcoming story, contact Erica Carlson, senior public relations specialist, at

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