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    Hip Problems Conditions

    Hip Problems, In the UK alone, 8.5 million people live with joint pain, and hips are prime candidates. Pain in your hip can also come from your lower spine or from any of th...

    Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip Conditions

    Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip, What is developmental dysplasia of the hip? Developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH) is an abnormality in the hip joint, usua...

    Hip Fracture Conditions

    Hip Fracture, The best treatment for a displaced fracture, however, is a hip replacement.  Hip replacement is also known as hip arthroplasty . During a hip...

    Hip Replacement Conditions

    Hip Replacement, There are other causes of arthritis that may lead you to needing a hip replacement. If you break your hip ( hip fracture ): A ...

    Hip Dislocations Professional

    Hip Dislocations, Strong supporting muscles, the fibrous joint capsule and ischiofemoral ligament make this a stable joint. Hip dislocations are either congenital or traumatic. Co...

    Anaesthetic for Hip or Knee Replacement Conditions

    Anaesthetic for Hip or Knee Replacement, This leaflet explains what to expect when you have an operation to replace a hip or knee. It has been written by patients, patient representa...

    Painful Hips In Children Professional

    Painful Hips In Children, If pain is present it is important to determine the origin: Pain in the hip area may originate from any part of the hip joint or from the fem...

    Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip Professional

    Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip, DDH refers to a spectrum of severity ranging from mild acetabular dysplasia with a stable hip, through more severe forms of dysplasia with neonata...

    Hip Joint Replacements Professional

    Hip Joint Replacements, Hip joint replacement (hip arthroplasty) is the surgical replacement of all, or part, of the hip joint with an artificial device. , Hi...

    Hip Replacement Forums Group

    Hip Replacement, The … nerve damage after hip replacement -excrutiating I had my left hip replaced 4 weeks ago -hip is now fine... When I woke up from surgery ...

    Hip Dysplasia and Disorders Forums Group

    Hip Dysplasia and Disorders, I've had a steroid injection, which worked for few … Would you use a hip brace after a hip arthroscopy? My Dr says I need to have an ar...

    Waist to Hip Ratio Calculator

    Waist to Hip Ratio, The waist to hip ratio compares the size of your waist, to your hip measurement. If your hips are bigger than your waist you are a pear shape.

    Video: Hip pain exercises

    Video: Hip pain exercises Resource

    Video: Hip pain exercises, Hip injuries are common in all age groups. The most common cause of chronic (long-standing) hip pain in adults is osteoarthritis .

    Video: Hip replacement recovery exercises

    Video: Hip replacement recovery exercises Resource

    Video: Hip replacement recovery exercises, The following exercises are recommended to help reduce swelling and pain, increase range of movement and strengthen the muscles around the hip joint...

    Perthes' Disease Conditions

    Stiffness and a reduced range of movement As the hip becomes more damaged, the affected hip becomes stiff and the range of movements of the hip decreases.

    Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis Conditions

    Pain is usually felt in the groin or around the hip. Sometimes pain can be felt in the knee or lower thigh rather than the hip. This is called 'referred' pain.

    Greater Trochanteric Pain Syndrome (Trochanteric Bursitis) Conditions

    What are the causes of greater trochanteric pain syndrome? Your hip area includes the ball and socket hip joint (you can find out more details in our leaflet called  Hip Prob...

    Newborn Physical Examinations Conditions

    Examination of your baby's hips . This is a test to exclude developmental dysplasia of the hip , which is problem with the way that the hip joint develops.

    Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis Professional

    It is the most common hip disorder in adolescents. The left hip is more commonly affected than the right; it is bilateral in 20-80% of cases.

    Joint Dislocations Conditions

    Developmental dysplasia of the hip. This is seen in babies when the hip joint doesn't develop normally. The hip socket may be too shallow or the ball part may be flatten...

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