Abnormal spinopelvic motion from spine pathology is associated with inferior outcomes after total hip arthroplasty, including inferior patient-reported outcomes, increased rates of instability, and higher revision rates. Identifying these high-risk patients preoperatively is important to conduct the appropriate workup and formulate a surgical plan. Standing and sitting lateral spinopelvic radiographs are able to identify and quantify abnormal spinopelvic motion. Depending on the type of spinopelvic deformity, some patients may require increased anteversion, increased offset, and large diameter heads or dual mobility articulations to prevent dislocation. This review article will provide the reader with practical information that can be applied to patients regarding the terminology, pathophysiology, evaluation, and management of total hip arthroplasty patients with spinopelvic pathology.