Virtual Pilates Class June 25, 2022 at 5 pm BST/12 pm EST

Mark your calendars! Hip dysplasia patient, physiotherapist, Pilates instructor, and founder of #helpforhipdysplasia, Laura Rutterford will be hosting a free, hip-friendly, virtual Pilates instructor for all NEXT SATURDAY! Wherever you are at in your hip dysplasia journey and wherever you are at the in world, please join on Instagram live stream @helpforhipdysplasia.

Tasty Tuesday!

Nicole Giumarra is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist who specializes in Sports Nutrition, Wellness and Disordered Eating. She enjoys helping athletes and individuals make peace with food while fueling their body to optimize health and performance.  Nicole has hip dysplasia and had PAO surgery in 2016. Since then she has run marathons and ultramarathons, and she is currently training for an Ironman distance triathlon.

In honor of Tasty Tuesday, Nicole has shared some of her favorite recipes to help build back strength and energy following hip surgery!  (Recipe Source: LivingPlate)

To learn more about Nicole and the services she provides, please visit her website at: Nicole Giumarra, MS, RDN – Registered Dietitian Nutritionist in Bakersfield

Do you have questions about nutrition and its role in surgery recovery?

Check out our great resource on nutrition written by Claire, who is a physiotherapist in the UK.  She goes over nutrition basics, the effects of surgery on our body, and some recommendations to help prepare and recover from surgery.

What’s With All the Angles?

LCEA? Tonnis Angle? Version? Alpha Angle?

Have you wondered what’s with all the angles?

Hip dysplasia experts may order a variety of special imaging and tests to help determine the best treatment for a patient.  These are some of the most common measurements associated with the evaluation of hip dysplasia. 

Click here to learn more about all the angles!