CHOP Introduces New Young Adult Hip Preservation Program
Hip preservation from a young age is vitally important; not only does it set the stage for young adults in their youth, but it greatly impacts their adult life as well. That’s why CHOP, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, has introduced a new young adult hip preservation for this very reason for children with complex hip disorders. Hip preservation is an important aspect of orthopedics that reverberates throughout the body for good health currently and in the future, and is a topic that many physicians feel it is important to touch on, especially for those with hip disorders.
The Hip Preservation Program
The young adult hip preservation program is tailored for young adults ages 15-30 with complex hip disorders, but are physically active enough to make their own health and life decisions. These individuals suffer from congenital, post-traumatic or developmental hip disorders that can lead to total hip replacements later in life and cause painful situations if not treated properly. CHOP’s main goal with this program is to preserve and restore hip function for young individuals who are suffering from hip disorders to get them back on track with their busy lives and succeed at their goals.
By implementing this program, it will give young adults a second chance when dealing with hip pain that may be felt on a daily basis. Hip preservation is an important aspect for the individuals who suffer from complex hip disorders, and this new program may be the solution that gets these young adults back to their normal lives.
Proper Hip Care Is Key To Good Health
We here at Trinity Orthopedics believe in proper hip care; it is a pivotal piece in the grand scheme of your overall health. Treating individuals with hip disorders will allow these individuals to live their lives normally again, and successfully. Stay tuned with us at Trinity Orthopedics for all the latest news in the Orthopedic community and advancements in medical technology.