Location: Denver, CO
Hip”stats”: Diagnosed with bilateral hip dysplasia in 2014. I have had multiple hip arthroscopies, bilateral PAOs, and bilateral femoral osteotomies.
Why do you support Miles4Hips and the International Hip Dysplasia Institute? I have had the privilege of working with the International Hip Dysplasia Institute and with other patient/family and medical provider advocates from around the world. This is such an incredibly passionate and determined community focused on improving the outcomes for individuals with hip dysplasia and other complex hip conditions. There is so much that has been accomplished through research, education, and technological advances in this area, but there is still so much to be done. It is a privilege to be a part of this community and I look forward to all that will continue to come from our collective efforts! (I have also never done a Peloton class before so I am excited to try one! I will be doing it in my garage on my stationary bike that I got to help get range of motion back after my femoral osteotomy!)