Alexa Duckworth Briggs, an adult hip dysplasia patient, sports massage therapist, and running coach in the UK shares many strategies for managing hip dysplasia. Click here for the videos!
Gemma tells the story of her family’s and her daughter’s Michaela’s treatment of hip dysplasia as a babies.
Medical providers should be your experts for most questions related to your hip dysplasia diagnosis, your treatment options and plans of care, and your mental health needs. However, at Miles4Hips, we also recognize that there is a level of expertise that can only those who have had the experience of living with a hip dysplasia diagnosis or caring for an individual with a hip dysplasia diagnosis can know.
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For patients and their families and friends, hip dysplasia is a journey. From diagnosis to treatment to rehabilitation to life after. Each person’s “miles” look different, but they all lay the path forward. Here, patients, families, caregivers, and friends share their hip dysplasia story. Get ready to be inspired!
No matter where you are at in your journey, we invite you to share your story with us. Please email your story and pictures to email@example.com.
It’s time for our next quiz! All of the answers can be found at https://miles4hips.com/
1. What was the first Miles4Hips Event?
2. What is the most common measurement when diagnosing hip dysplasia in teen/adult patients?
3. Who performed the first PAO surgery?
Use the google form below to submit your entry and be entered in a drawing to win a T-Shirt for the Day of Movement or a copy of the book “Onward! Navigating Hip Dysplasia, PAO Surgery and Beyond”. Entries due by 6/29, one entry per person per quiz.
Join us for an “Easter Egg Hunt” to find the sticker in the picture on our website. The sticker can be found in one of “Our Stories”.
Once you find it use the google form below to submit your entry and be entered in a drawing to win a T-Shirt for the Day of Movement or a copy of the book “Onward! Navigating Hip Dysplasia, PAO Surgery and Beyond”. Entries due by 6/29, one entry per person per Sticker Search!
Looking for something to do on this weekend? Make a “Pass the Crutch” video to submit to our global 2021 video! Click here to submit your video. Check out last year’s video for inspiration!!!
Please have videos submitted by Tuesday, June 15.
Looking for something to do this weekend? Please join us for our annual world-wide “Pass the Crutch” 2021 video, click here for details!
Check out our video from last year for inspiration!
It’s week 1 of Hip Dysplasia Awareness Month 2021. What better way to learn about hip dysplasia than from the experts! Patients and families are always asking other patients and families what they should pack for the hospital for hip surgeries. What are your TOP 5 recommendations of what to bring?