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Free Information on Pelvis, Hip & Thigh

 

About this information

 

The information available from the links below is reliable, easy-to-read (plain English) and, in some cases, easily avaialble for print. This information is recommended by the Australian Orthopaedic Association.

Orthoinfo, the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons page for patients, is here. Their information is listed in the left column. 

Orthoanswer, a web site developed for patients by a fellow Australian orthopaedic surgeon, is here. Their information is in the column on the right.

NHS Choice, the website of the National Health Service in the UK, is here. Their information is in the column at the bottom of the page.

 To use this page
  • Look for the injury, disease, condition or treatment you would like information on

  • Click in the link

  • For example - for bursitis scroll down to the "diseases and conditions" section, find "hip bursitis", and click on the link.

 

Alternatively use the "search" or "find" feature in your browser to locate the word or phrase you are looking for on this page.

The default/usual keys to press to find things in most web browser is Ctrl+F.

Some basic information on spines is available from the AAOS here.

 

Any/all patients being considered for surgery will be shown this information as part of their "informed consent" process.

Orthoanswer (AOA)

 

Broken Bones and Injuries

 

Hip Fractures

Femur Fractures

Pelvis Fractures

Hip Dislocation

Hip Strains

Thigh Strains

Treatment | Rehabiliation and Physiotherapy

 

General Rehabilitation in Physiotherapy

Exercises After Hip Replacement

 

 

Prevention and Safety

 

Preventing Falls and Broken Hips