Ganz Osteotomy, The Denver Clinic
Ganz Osteotomy (also called Pertiactabular Osteotomy or Bernese Osteotomy) is a surgical treatment for hip dysplasia that preserves the hip joint, alleviates the patient’s pain and restores function to the patient’s own hip. This procedure involves separating the hip socket from the pelvis and rotating it over the femoral head. This allows free rotation of the joint and relieves excess pressure on the hip.
Our doctors use various imaging modalities to help diagnose and treat hip dysplasia such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and radiography.
Learn More about Hip Dysplasia and Ganz Osteotomy
Hip Dysplasia and The Ganz Osteotomy Video 1
Dr. Ronald Hugate with The Denver Clinic at Presbyterian/St. Luke's Medical Center explains Hip Dysplasia and the Ganz Osteotomy procedure. In this introductory video, Dr. Hugate explains hip dysplasia and the sometimes damaging effects.
Hip Dysplasia and The Ganz Osteotomy Video 2
In this second video, Dr. Hugate discusses Hip Arthroscopy.
Hip Dysplasia and The Ganz Osteotomy Video 3
In this video, Dr. Hugate discusses who should consider a Ganz Osteotomy.
Hip Dysplasia and The Ganz Osteotomy Video 4
In this fourth video, Dr. Hugate discusses hip replacements.
Hip Dysplasia and The Ganz Osteotomy Video 5
In this next video, Dr. Hugate discusses the Ganz Osteotomy procedure and exactly what happens during the surgery.
Hip Dysplasia and The Ganz Osteotomy Video 6
In this sixth video, Dr. Hugate discusses the anesthesia used in the Ganz Osteotomy surgery.
Hip Dysplasia and The Ganz Osteotomy Video 7
In the seventh video, Dr. Hugate discusses what to expect after surgery and recovery from the Ganz Osteotomy surgical procedure.