Chances are you’re visiting this site because you are either a teenager or an adult who has a hip dysplasia diagnosis or know someone with a hip dysplasia. Many people (healthcare providers included) have never heard of hip dysplasia, and this can be discouraging, frustrating, or even frightening. Please visit the links below learn more about the hip dysplasia in teenage and adult patients, including diagnosis, treatment options, and outcomes.
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Disclaimer: The information on the Miles4Hips website is meant for informational purposes only. While our goals are to promote understanding and knowledge of hip dysplasia and to empower patients and their families in healthcare decision making, we cannot guarantee accuracy or appropriateness of the information for your specific condition or circumstances. The information on this site is not meant to take the place of the professional judgment of your medical providers. Individuals should always seek the advice of your physician/surgeon, physical therapists, and other qualified health care provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition or treatment. Individuals should never disregard the advice of your medical providers or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this website.