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I have worked with many people over the years with not just Fibro, but EDS and all different levels of Hypermobility. Lauren, an EDS/Fibro client of mine, has just returned from her holiday in Mexico where she was surfing for 2 weeks. A few months ago she couldn’t walk because of her hip dislocations and multiple subluxations …

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I have worked with many people over the years with not just Fibro, but EDS and all different levels of Hypermobility. Lauren, an EDS/Fibro client of mine, has just returned from her holiday in Mexico where she was surfing for 2 weeks. A few months ago she couldn’t walk because of her hip dislocations and multiple subluxations …

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It was an anterior hip replacement, which means the surgeon goes in from the front of the hip and the muscles do not have to be detached. Description from papruddenmor.blogspot.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Surgical technique for total Hip Arthoplasty. Introduciong a new concept for THA surgery. We solved leg lenght discrepancy and dislocations as major complica...

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Its been a long two months of hip dislocation recovery but this little guy can finally sit in his favorite spot again. by chips_y_salsaaa cats kitten catsonweb cute adorable funny sleepy animals nature kitty cutie ca

from The Beachbody Blog

9 Yoga Poses to Help Relieve Hip and Lower Back Pain

Tight hips can be debilitating such that even sitting or walking can cause lower back pain. Luckily, a little (proper) stretching can ward off this pain, increase the fluidity of mobility.

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If your bone is no longer where it should be, you should care for it as an emergency and look for best checkup as soon as possible. An unprocessed dislocation could cause harm to your mental strain and blood vessels.

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The acetabular joint, or hip joint, is the largest ball and socket joint in the body, with the femural head (top of the leg bone) sitting inside the acetabular fossa (hip socket). When the femoral head comes out of the hip socket it is referred to as a hip dislocation. Dislocations usually occur from a forceful hit to the joint, most commoly during a car accident, and will cause stretching or tearing of the connective tissue surrounding the joint.

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