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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Understanding a Stress Fracture of the Hip

A hip stress fracture involves the ball of the ball-and-socket hip joint. It is considered a serious injury to the bone due to overuse, and occurs for one of three reasons: high-energy injury, stress Read More >

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Foods That Can Help Promote Healing After Surgery

Consuming the right kind of foods can help promote healing after surgery. Foods that you can incorporate into your diet to help you recover after an operation include: Protein rich foods Muscle Read More >

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ACL Tears in Children

The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is one of the main stabilizing ligaments of the knee joint. Though ACL tears have been reported in children as young as two years, they are more likely to occur in Read More >

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Advance Improvement in Technology Helps Orthopedic Rehabilitation Patients

As science and technology continue to evolve, so has orthopedic rehabilitation. Scientists and medical professionals alike have significantly increased their education of orthotics, resulting in more Read More >

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Dr. Hill Makes Hour Detroit Top Docs List of 2014

Dr. Hill Makes Hour Detroit Top Docs List of 2014 That's right. Dr. Hill has been acknowledged this year with the recognition of his peers, one of the highest recommendations someone in his field can Read More >