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The following is a list of recent International Hip Dysplasia Institute news articles that highlight our commitment to excellence. To read an entire article, please click on the news headline. If you are looking for Scientific Literature Reviews, click here.
 

IHDI Classification

To assist physicians and healthcare providers, we created a 1 page flier for the "Reliability of a New Radiographic Classification for Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip *" Click here to...

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New Warning about Swaddling

  According to a recent research study, infant swaddling with any restriction of leg movement may harm unstable hips. This is especially true for babies being treated for hip dysplasia....

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IHDI receives large anonymous donation

The International Hip Dysplasia Institute has received an anonymous donation of $10,000 to support our research efforts on hip development. We are encouraged greatly by this gift. The IHDI is honored...

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Pavlik Harness Learning Module

The British Editorial Society of Bone and Joint Surgery is a not-for-profit charity established in 1953. They advocate for the "advancement and improvement of education in orthopaedic surgery and...

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Adult Hip Dysplasia Update 2016

A review of current concepts for Adult Hip Dysplasia was published in the January, 2016 issue of the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery. Here is a summary of that report: Irregular shape of the...

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Successful First Effort in Ecuador

The International Hip Dysplasia Institute is supporting hip dysplasia teaching efforts in Ecuador. Five different groups will be using educational materials that has been developed and provided by...

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IHDI Conference Schedule

Recapping The American Academy of Pediatric Conference and looking into 2016 IHDI recently had an exhibit at the American Academy of Pediatrics Annual Meeting in Washington, DC. Some 16,000...

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The Ecuador Inititive

Help IHDI with the Ecuador Initiative   We need your Pavlik harnesses or other childhood braces that are in good condition.   A lot of children in Ecuador have hip dislocations that...

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Hip dysplasia and arthritis

Hip dysplasia is the reason for 5% to 10% of hip osteoarthritis in the USA (FT Hoaglund, JAAOS, 9:320-7, 2001). However, some researchers have estimated even higher rates. Based on the number of...

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Does your child need a follow-up x-ray?

Parents and doctors worry that hip dysplasia may not be “cured” after the initial treatment even though everything seems normal when treatment is stopped. Unfortunately, hip dysplasia can...

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    NYU Langone Health - Hip Symposium

    Jun 06

    This symposium will highlight the major challenges facing providers wh...

    PAO vs THR - What to do and when to do it?

    Apr 09

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    Can I play sports after my PAO?

    Feb 21

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    Phil

    Jun 29

    Hello my name is Phil, I am a 32 year old male who lives in Oregon, US...

    Kiley

    Jun 25

    As a parent the last thing you want to hear after your child is born i...

    Malia

    Jun 14

    Malia was diagnosed with hip dysplasia and placed in a Pavlic harness ...