Utah’s Hip Specialists
Your Hip Doctor of Choice for Exceptional Orthopedic Care
Most people never think about their hips until they stop working properly. Your hip joints are integral for even the most basic of movements, as hip pain and injuries can make standing up from a low chair, getting out of your car or simply walking through life difficult or physically impossible.
At Heiden Orthopedics, we understand how frustrating it can be for a hip condition to keep you from participating in the sports and activities you love. That is why our hip specialists work one-on-one with our patients to provide exceptional care. Our goal? Get you back to your old self – or better – as quickly and as simply as medically possible.
The Heiden Orthopedic Approach
Our hip doctor believes you should be actively involved in your own healing process, every step of the way. Our first priority is to help you understand the full extent of your hip injury and all of your treatment options. Once you’re comfortable moving forward, our hip specialist will work with you to design a personalized treatment plan based on your injury and health goals.
Whether you’ve suffered a trauma, tear or complex fracture, our orthopedic hip specialist will opt to treat common hip injuries with non-surgical methods, if possible. However, some injuries and conditions do require surgery to ensure a full recovery.
For more information on hip injuries, conditions and surgeries, please see our Hip Anatomy and Surgery page.
Utah's Premier Orthopedic Hip Surgeon
Dr. Daniel Gibbs has treated patients and conditions that span the injury spectrum and specializes in total hip care. As the team physician for college and professional football, basketball and baseball teams, Dr. Gibbs has cared for some of the world’s top athletes, and he continues to advance the field of orthopedics through tireless research and academic writing.
No matter your hip injury or condition, you can trust Dr. Gibbs to listen to your concerns, explain your treatment options and design a plan to get you back to the things you enjoy most in life.