Society of Support

The IHDI is pleased to announce the creation of our first Giving Society

The Society of Support (SOS) is a giving society made up of advocates who have pledged to support the strategic initiatives of the IHDI at a significant level. Their generous support allows IHDI to explore new and innovate ways to improve the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of hip dysplasia.

The IHDI has made a significant impact on the world of hip dysplasia. We’ve helped to educate new parents with the launch of Hipdysplasia.org, we’ve changed the way the world views swaddling and babywearing and we’ve made hip dysplasia a hot topic in the world of orthopedics. That is just the tip of the iceberg, but none of it would have been possible without the support of our loyal donors.

We are humbled by the support of our vocal and passionate advocates from around the world who choose to join us in the continuing battle against pediatric and adult hip dysplasia.

To learn more please click on the image below or go to: https://hipdysplasia.org/about/affiliates/society-of-support

 

 

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