Fellowship-Trained Hip Specialist and Knee Doctor

Dr. Derek HillDr. Hill is a member of the prestigious American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons. He is a fellowship-trained specialist in hips and knees with experience in over 1,100 replacement surgeries.

Unlike general orthopedic doctors and surgeons, Dr. Hill offers progressive hip and knee procedures including Anterior Approach Hip Replacement, Partial Knee Replacement and Hip Arthroscopy. His multi-modal pain management system and one-on-one attention ensures care of your whole health as he attends to your hip or knee pain.

Recent Orthopedic News and Information

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How To Make Your Bones Stronger & Keep Them Strong As You Age

Bones are important to the body because they provide support and shape. When it comes to strengthening your bones, one of the best ways to do it and maintain good bone health is to exercise. Exercise, Read More >

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Orthopedic Holiday Safety

The holidays are a fun time for the whole family but should be taken with caution. As the holiday season can be very hectic, it’s important to remember to slow down and practice holiday Read More >

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Exercise has always been the key to maintaining a healthy weight and healthy bones. Regular exercise as a child or young adult may have helped maximize your bone production, most of which occurs by Read More >

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Osgood-Schlatter disease affects adolescents experiencing growth spurts during puberty. This condition develops when the thigh muscles, known as quadriceps, pull on the tendon that attaches the knee Read More >

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Natural Ingredients You Must Have – “Superfoods”

We know how important it is to our overall well-being to stay healthy, be fit, and keep our bones strong. When it comes to having a slim body and getting healthy, there’s no better place to start than Read More >