• By Dana Sparks

Baby Hip Instability and Dysplasia (pkg)

July 10, 2013

Few moments are as joyful as the one when you bring a baby into the world. But imagine the worry when, right after the birth, you learn something is wrong. Hip instability is an issue in approximately 1 in 100 births and most cases resolve on their own, but some don’t. Mayo Clinic doctors say if you treat hip instability as soon as possible after birth, most children grow up with healthy, normal hips. More from Vivien Williams.  [TRT 2:00]

Daddy in army uniform with baby standing on his boots

Baby Skylar able to stand on her daddy's boots.

 

 

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