This is a reassuring guide for parents learning to handle their child's condition. Written in everyday language, this book explains hip dysplasia from diagnosis through treatment and follow-up at home.
The information is medically accurate and includes numerous illustrations and photos that will help you to know what to expect during your child's treatment. You'll also find first hand stories from parents and from teens with hip dysplasia, tips on managing pain at home after surgery and a list of resources that covers everything from online videos and blogs to medical articles and nonprofit organisations that focus on hip dysplasia.
Date published: 2013
Publisher: Hunter House Publishing
Country of publication: Canada