Claire, an adult hip dysplasia patient, interviews her Mum to learn more about the experience of caregiving for a loved one with hip dysplasia and to provide support for others.
We are having a Day of Movement t-shirt design contest!
The design should represent the Day of Movement or hip dysplasia in general, and no particular age, treatment, or surgery.
- The design can be 1-3 colors.
- This design will go on the front of the shirt. The Miles4Hips and IHDI logos will go on the back.
- All entrants affirm their submissions are their own original work, have not been copied from others or from previous designs, including their own, and do not violate the intellectual property rights of any other person or entity.
- Send us:
- Vector format – AI, EPS, or PDF
- 1500px by 1500px
- Transparent artwork preferred
- Email your design to email@example.com
- The deadline is August 15th.
Have you seen the stories section of our website? We have stories from patients and caregivers of all ages, and various treatments, and many different stages of their hip dysplasia journeys.
We always welcome new stories! If you would like to share your story use the link below or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
See the latest funded research covering “Babywearing” from IHDI advocate Dr. Henrik Norholt.
Research & Education is a critical part of the IHDI Mission. The IHDI provides funding towards published peer reviewed materials which allows them to be “open access”. These materials could not otherwise be viewed without expense. This endowment allows the IHDI to inform the public and provide new information to physicians so that together we can reduce the physical, social, and economic burden for children and adults that have DDH.
General Education: https://hipdysplasia.org/baby-wearing/
Clinical Education: https://hipdysplasia.org/research-and-clinical-trials/
Allison’s hip dysplasia was treated in childhood and again in her adult years, but it has never slowed her down. She now walks to raise awareness and shares her faith and passion to support children and families navigating this diagnosis.
Would you like to share your story? Email email@example.com or fill out our google form.
Check out Beth’s Vlog at the link below!
Did you miss the live Pilates class on Saturday? The recording is now available on the @helpforhipdysplasia Instagram page!
So, you think you should get a second opinion about your hip. What does that even mean? Why seek another opinion? Who should you see? Where do you choose to go? When should you seek another opinion? How do you make it happen? Read on to have all your questions answered!