Femoral-acetabular impingement (FAI) is a dynamic condition of the hip that can be a source of pain and disability and can potentially lead to arthritis. This condition is diagnosed when the shape of the femoral neck and acetabulum are abutting one another causing pain or damage. A Hip arthroscopy is a minimally invasive hip surgery that uses a small camera called an arthroscope. During surgery a special device helps separates the ball and socket of the hip joint allowing your surgeon to introduce the arthroscope into your joint. With this technique we can visualize the hip joint, find the source of impingement, and proceed appropriately. FAI may present alongside labral tears that can be treated or reconstructed during your hip arthroscopy surgery.