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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.
 

How to Swaddle your baby to help keep their hips healthy

Are you swaddling your baby properly? Many parents find that swaddling can provide comfort to fussy babies, reduce crying, and develop more settled sleep patterns. While parents and babies may enjoy...

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Adult Hip Disorders – Prevention and Alternative Treatments

Looking for alternative treatments for hip dysplasia as an adult? Take some time to check out our new section on "Prevention and Alternative Treatments."  When you're finished, let us...

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IHDI is competing for a $250,000.00 Grant!

The IHDI has been accepted to compete for the largest ($250,000.00) grant in the Pepsi Refresh Project for the month of November! We need your help to be successful in winning this funding to...

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Help Spread the Word!

One of the main goals of the IHDI is to help build world-wide awareness of Hip Dysplasia.  Help us spread the word by recommending our website on Facebook!...

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Safe swaddling for babies’ hips

An update on correct swaddling was just released in Australia where they refer to swaddling as "wrapping" the baby. Please visit this link for swaddling to see how to swaddle without increasing...

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Teaching doctors in Mexico

The IHDI has joined with the Mexican Society of Pediatric Orthopedics to provide a one-day course about hip dysplasia on August 27. This was organized by Pablo Castaneda, M.D. of the Shrine...

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Larry the Cable Guy raises money for hip dysplasia

The Git-R-Done Foundation is hosting a celebrity golf tournament in Orlando on September 27, 2010. The proceeds will go to support the work of the Git-R-Done Foundation that includes support for hip...

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Swaddling: IHDI Position Statement

Swaddling infants with the hips and knees in an extended position increases the risk of hip dysplasia and dislocation. It is the recommendation of the International Hip Dysplasia Institute that...

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    You can promote Hip Healthy Swaddling

    Jan 08

    There are a number of good reasons to swaddle a newborn infant. A fuss...

    The study of Babywearing in other cultures

    Dec 19

    Two scientific studies examine the affects of babywearing and how it m...

    Where are they now? Shelby

    Dec 04

    We first heard from Shelby nearly 6 years ago. Her personal battle wit...

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    Claire

    Jan 17

    On April 11, 2016, I delivered my first child, a baby girl, named Clai...

    Tori

    Jan 11

    Lauren Parr became an advocate for hip dysphasia when her daughter Tor...

    Ollie

    Jan 08

    I was diagnosed with severe DDH (high dislocation), when I turned thre...