Treating Chronic Hip Pain

Get back to pain-free motion without surgery

Total hip replacement surgery is a major operation carrying the inherent risks associated with anesthesia, surgery, and hospital-based infections.

AROmotion preserves your natural joint while effectively treating patients with common conditions such as Bone-on-Bone Osteoarthritis, Bone Spurs, and Labral Tears. Our approach enables patients to avoid scarring and a surgical recovery period.

Developed by a collaborative team of Physicians, Surgeons, and University Scientists, Our treatment combines three nontraumatic medical modalities to achieve rapid and lasting pain relief, surpassing the outcomes of joint replacements.


Joints treated


Years of clinical evidence

Understanding Hip Pain

Cut out the pain not the joint

Pain is not just a symptom, Pain is the root cause of osteoarthritis

You have knee pain and swelling, because this hard type 2 articular cartilage that coats the ends of your bone has developed shallow spots or cavities which get deeper over time, the sensory nerves underneath are less protected and feel more pain when you put pressure on that spot. The medical term for these cavities is Chondromalacia (ICD-code M94.26) and is the code used to bill for a total knee replacement operation.

Pain does not mean the hip is mechanically compromised

If you didn't have joint pain would you be seeking medical care? People with mechanically compromised joints almost always require an assitive device like a walker or a wheelchair. Surgery is unnecessary for up to 90% of patients because although they may experience significant pain, their joints are mechanically intact and functional.

Bone Spurs and Labrum Pathology have nothing to do with why you are having your hip replaced

Although bone spurs and labrum tears are often found in X-rays of patients, they are typically an associated finding rather than the direct cause of pain. Research shows that bone spurs and labrum tears are common as we age even in individuals without pain. Bone spurs can in some cases have a beneficial stabilizing effect on the joint.

replacement surgery is the only tool the orthopedics surgery has to treat osteoarthritis Pain

Whether you have simple arthritic pain from Chondromalacia or a mechanically compromised joint. The Orthopedic Surgeons only have one tool in their box. It's like going to a dentist who doesn't know how to do a filling or root-canal, so EVERYONE gets a crown!

The AROmotion treatment is the only proven long lasting non-traumatic solution for osteoarthritis Pain

Our single-visit treatment combines three noninvasive and nontraumatic medical modalities to achieve rapid and lasting pain relief. Our treatment was developed by a collaborative team of physicians, surgeons, and university scientists. Its efficacy has been confirmed through the analysis of WOMAC data from our patients, spanning over 7 years of clinical treatment. Procedures are performed in-office without the need for general anesthesia or incisions. Patients can conveniently walk in and out on the same day, leaving with only a few band-aids and an ice pack. Learn More


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Hip Conditions Treated

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Our Board-Certified Medical Doctors can review your medical case and images to determine if you could be candidate for our non-surgical treatments.

Hip Osteoarthritis

Hip osteoarthritis is a condition that wears down the hyaline cartilage on the ends of joint bones, creating cavities in the protective shell around nerve endings. This is medically known as chondromalacia, similar to experiencing a toothache.

Bone-on-bone Hip pain

You may have heard the phrase “bone-on-bone” to describe your situation, as the hip is a ball-and-socket joint. Over time, the hyaline cartilage on the ends of bones can wear thin, forming cavities and exposing sensitive nerves.

Bone spurs in Hip

Over time, bone spurs occur to protect and stabilize the sides of the joint. Most people develop bone spurs and could go years without symptoms. However, for some, bone spurs may reduce a joint’s range of motion despite it being functional.

Labrum Tear in Hip

Most people over the age of 60 have some degree of labrum tearing, and although Labrum are often found in X-rays of patients, they are typically an associated finding rather than the direct cause of pain.
Patient Success Story

My name is Frank and this is my story. My right knee cartilage was gone. I was bone-to-bone. The pain was unbearable. I went to doctors and they wanted to do surgery. They wanted cut out my knee. I didn’t want to go that way. ARO changed my life. I had the procedure done, and now I’m riding, no pain. It’s like I started a new chapter in my life. It’s a miracle, it really is that I’m back cycling. It’s like my dream come true.

Fort Myers, FL
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AROmotion has achieved rapid and lasting pain relief for thousands of patients, including those who were told they were 'bone-on-bone' and that their only orthopedic option was total joint replacement.
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