Day of Movement Meet Ups!

The Day of Movement is this Saturday!!!

Two more meetups have been set up!

Team Wisconsin in Janesville, WI 

 Hippys Support Group in Minot, ND

These are in addition to:

Denver, CO

New York City

How will you move this Saturday???

Send your pictures or short videos to or tag us on social media #m4hdayofmovement to be included in our recap video!

Day of Movement is This Saturday!

How will you move?

Go for a hike, go for a run, push a stroller, roll in a wheelchair, do some yoga, get on a bike, have a dance party, hit up the playground, do some gardening, or just do some glute sets. Move on your own, get family and friends to join, or organize a local meet-up. Every movement counts!

Make sure to take plenty of pictures and email them to us ( or tag us on social media #m4hdayofmovement for our annual post-event video!

Click here to learn more!

Join Team Ride4Hips!

We are a group of individuals with complex hip issues who will be building community, raising awareness, and getting in some low-impact miles together on October 9 on Peloton or stationary bikes.

  • When: 9:30 am EST on October 9, 2021
  • What: a virtual ride on a Peloton or other stationary bike during the 9:30 am EDT Jess King Sweat Steady class


What if I don’t own a Peloton bike but want to join? If you have access to a stationary bike you can still download the Peloton App and enjoy the classes. There is a 30-day free trial available on their website: Peloton® | The Peloton App, Find all your favorite workouts (

Click here for more information!

Take a picture, or a short video and tag us on social media #m4hdayofmovement or email us at if you would like to be included in our compilation video.

Team Break-A-Leg!

The Day of Movement is almost here, October 9, 2021!  There are lots of ways to participate, and making or joining a virtual team is one of them.

Learn about Team Break-A-Leg! Click Here

Team Break-a-Leg is a team of individuals who have hip conditions that affect the femur side of the hip joint. Many of us have undergone femoral osteotomies which are surgeries where the femur is cut and either rotated or repositioned to improve the alignment of the ball and socket of the hip joint.

This is a virtual team and we welcome anyone and everyone – no matter where you are at in your journey – to participate in your own way and at your own pace on our Day of Movement on October 9, 2021 (or whenever!) Ride a bike, take a crutch walk, do some pool exercises, swim, garden, do some yoga, go to the playground, or do your PT exercises. All movement counts!

For more information about Teams or the Day of Movement visit our website at

Support Team Saxton!

Saxton is a premed student, powerlifter and hiker. He had his first PAO in July and is preparing for his second in January.

Growing up, I played football and I wrestled so I’m no stranger to pain or injuries, but this has by far been the most intense and painful recovery I’ve ever had to endure.

I am excited to raise money for the International Hip Dysplasia Institute with Miles4Hips and support their mission to raise money for hip dysplasia research.

Read more of his story at this link. If you would like to start your own team or learn more about our Day of Moment click here.

Healthy Hips 4 Life Wristbands!

We are excited to announce the IHDI is offering free “Healthy Hips 4 Life” wristbands to help raise awareness about hip dysplasia!  Show off your wristband for the Day of Movement on October 9, 2021!  Click here to order your wristband!

For more information about the Day of Movement and other ways you can get involved click here!

Gigi Miles4Hips Champion

Meet our Miles4Hips Champion, Gigi!  Read her story of her quest for a diagnosis and surgeries.

Click here to read her story

Our Miles4Hips Champions are individuals who support the hip dysplasia community by sharing their story, creating awareness about this diagnosis, and supporting the educational and research efforts of the International Hip Dysplasia Institute to improve prevention, and diagnosis, treatment, and outcomes for individuals and families affected by hip dysplasia.

If you would like to become a Miles4Hips Champion email us at