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Hip Dysplasia Awareness | I hate having hip dysphasia. I can barely even walk upstairs. I definitely ignore the doctors though and still wear high heels.


A Guide for Adults with Hip Dysplasia. The world-first book by Dr Sophie West and Denise Sutherland

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9 Things No One Ever Tells You About Getting A Hip Replacement

9 Things a Doctor Won't Tell You About Hip Replacement. Number 8 is you can run afterwards, if you are very, very careful. I can be very, very careful.

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Hip Dysplasia Overview

Hip dysplasia treatment can include both surgical and nonsurgical options. Find out about noninvasive hip dysplasia treatment at HowStuffWorks..


Pediatricians are facing a Hip Dysplasia Epidemic with babies at 3 months of age. A major risk factor for Hip Dysplasia is the way babies are being swaddled. When the legs are forced to be completely straight it forces some muscles to be constantly stretched and can cause damage in the hip joint. Hip Dysplasia is a congenital or developmental deformation of the hip joint. This is especially more of a concern for babies that already have 'clicking' sounds in there hips.