Author: Nancy Muir

  • Our Stories

    Our Stories

    We have updated Our Stories page! The stories are now organized by categories. Check it out here! Infant, Child, Family Teen and Young Adult Adult PAO THR Femoral Osteotomy, Miserable Malalignment, and Other Complex Diagnosis If you would like to share your story fill out this google form, or email us at

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  • Miles4Hips Newsletter

    Miles4Hips Newsletter

    Miles4Hips is excited to launch our very FIRST newsletter on January 31st, 2022. Board Member, Kaya Frazier, has taken on this project for Miles4Hips to help share hip dysplasia news, research, education, interviews, and awareness activities during the year. Please subscribe to our electronic mailing list to make sure you don’t miss access to our […]

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  • Check out our Videos!

    Check out our Videos!

    Have you visited our webpage recently?  We have added a section for our videos!  Check it out to look back on The Day of Movement, Pass the Crutch and more!  We also have a section of resource and education videos. Click here to watch!

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  • IHDI Research Updates

    IHDI Research Updates

    Click here to read the latest research updates from the International Hip Dysplasia Institute!

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  • Share Your Story!

    Share Your Story!

    What are your Miles 4 Hips?   For patients and their families and friends, hip dysplasia is a journey.  From diagnosis to treatment to rehabilitation to life after. There are questions asked and relationships established. There is self-assessment of goals and priorities and there are dreams for the future.  Each person’s “miles” look different based on […]

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  • Support the International Hip Dysplasia Institute!

    Support the International Hip Dysplasia Institute!

    The International Hip Dysplasia Institute (IHDI) is the global humanitarian leader in the fight against hip dysplasia. They envision a world free from the suffering of hip dysplasia by increasing awareness and prevention, developing new diagnosing technologies and improving the treatment process for those affected by hip dysplasia. One of the goals of Miles4Hips is to […]

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Jennifer Fox