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.

New Babywearing Research for Hip Development

Researchers in Spain obtained hip ultrasound studies while babies were in three different types of baby carriers. [] The results were encouraging for...

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New Hip Dysplasia Course in Central America

Orthopedic experts from around the world gather in Costa Rica to examine hip dysplasia diagnosis and treatment. This is the first course ever held in Central America that focused on hip...

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DDH Warning for Teenagers & Young Adults

Hip dysplasia may not first appear in the form of hip pain. Many teenagers and young adults live for years not knowing they are walking around with shallow hip sockets. Initially, there may be some...

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Historically Significant Babywearing Research Now Available in English

An important, and historically significant doctoral thesis by Johannes Büschelberger MD is now available on the IHDI website for review and for use as a research reference. The original thesis was...

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Book Review – by Betsy Miller

Betsy Miller IHDI Advisory Committee Author of The Parents’ Guide to Hip Dysplasia Hi everyone, this time I’m reviewing two books that were written by authors...

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Life with a Pavlik Harness

Natalie Trice is a UK based hip dysplasia advocate, author, member of the IHDI International Advisory Committee and PR Guru. Her son, Lucas, was born with Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip (DDH)...

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Donations in Action

The International Hip Dysplasia Institute is focused on improving the Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment of Hip Dysplasia. Pediatricians often fall inline with a number of our strategic initiatives...

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2019 Hip Dysplasia Awareness Month

The IHDI is honored to recognize "Miles4Hips" for their advocacy, friendship and support. For the 2019 Hip Dysplasia Awareness Month, Miles4Hips created a truly global movement involving; 10...

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So. You’ve just been diagnosed with hip dysplasia. Now what? Part 2

A blog post by Nancy Muir The diagnosis of hip dysplasia can elicit a gamut of emotions. There may be feelings of shock or disbelief. There may be confusion, frustration, anger, or fear. There may...

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Quality of Life, Concerns and Impact Measure

This paper reports that a questionnaire has been developed to accurately capture some of the psycho-social problems that are caused by hip dysplasia. The IHDI participated in this research because...

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