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At Rapid Orthopaedic Care, we treat a variety of hip conditions. Whether it is an injury on the field, around the house or that nagging pain you have had for a few weeks – our Orthopaedic Specialists can diagnose and treat your injury. We have on-site X-Ray as well as evening and weekend hours at our location in West Olympia so that you can be seen on your schedule.
Common hip injuries we treat include:
It is important to be seen immediately for persistent hip pain as this can be the sign of an underlying injury such as a ligament, tendon or bone injury or arthritis.
Hip fractures are often the result of a fall onto the hip which causes a break in the bone in the upper part of the leg, known as the femur. The severity of the fracture can vary based on the strength of the bone as well as the force of impact that caused the fracture. If any portion of the bone is visible outside of the skin, please go to nearest Emergency Room. Common symptoms of a hip fracture include pain, bruising or a visible deformity under the skin.
The hip is a ball and socket joint and a hip dislocation occurs when the head of the femur (the ball) is moved outside of the socket in the hip. This usually occurs as the result of a fall or sudden impact and symptoms can include pain, bruising or a visible deformity under the skin.
Hip Labral Tears
The socket of the hip joint is lined with a ring of cartilage, known as the labrum, which provides stability to the hip joint. Damage to this cartilage can often occur as the result of a sudden impact or forceful change in the direction of the hip. The severity of the damage to the labrum can vary, but common symptoms include pain in the hip or groin, stiffness or a feeling of locking in the hip joint.
ROC Urgent Clinic: West Olympia
3901 Capital Mall Drive SW Olympia, WA 98502
Hours: 7 Day A Week | 10AM – 5:30PM
We have X-Ray on site!
We understand that your time is valuable. That's why we've setup our Orthopaedic Urgent Care facility with on-site X-Ray imaging so that you if your injury requires a further look, the technology is available to you immediately.