Hippy New Year Revolution - adult hip dysplasia

A Hippy 2018 – Our New Year REVOLUTION

So here it comes. 2018. A new year. Bringing with it hope and anticipation of the possibilities before you. This is actually the first new year in a long time that I am not either recovering from, or awaiting, yet another surgery.  A position I never thought I’d ever find myself in and now that I Read More

imahippy hip dysplasia in the news

Canadian Hospital Orthopaedic Team Creating First-Ever Global Hip Dysplasia Registry

The British Columbia Children’s Hospital (BCCH) in Vancouver, Canada, is on a mission to improve hip health, mobility, and quality of life for children with Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip (DDH), with the hope of someday seeing a world free from the burden of this condition. The orthopaedic team at BCCH has received numerous awards and Read More

Jamie diary adult hip dysplasia

“Come on Mom..!”

By Jamie from Belleville, Michigan, USA I was diagnosed at 39 with congenital bi-lateral hip dysplasia.  It has probably been there since birth and I have labral tears in my left hip. I have done PT, injections, had massages and been to a chiropractor. Nothing seems to help. Now the waiting game until a replacement. “Come on Read More

Hip Dysplasia - Living with Hip Dysplasia - Back on stage and in heels

“Invest In Yourself – Back On Stage And In My Heels”

By Ami, from the UK, living in Spain. I wrote a diary throughout my 2 PAO surgeries for Hip Dysplasia. I had never written before but it gave me a lot of peace to be able to get it all out on paper and it helped me to process the process, so to speak. Some Read More

Amanda Hip Dysplasia

“Blurring In and Out of Darkness…”

by Amanda, Pennsylvania, USA My name is Amanda, I love writing and reading.  I hope to have a moment to shed some light on some of my personal thoughts of this disease I am plagued with, called Hip Dysplasia.   Last night was a blur, of in and out darkness and pain. I kept waking up Read More