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Hip dysplasia is when the ball on the top of the thigh joint does not fit properly in the socket.  The condition varies with some babies being born with the ball held loosely in the socket and others are completely dislocated. 

While hip dysplasia can not be avoided it is essential that the condition is identified during neonatal examination and treated early in life.  Failure to identify hip dysplasia can lead to life long problems with mobility and requirement for repeat hip replacement. 

Our solicitors here at Darbys have a wealth of experience in dealing with hip dysplasia claims and will do everything we can to achieve a positive outcome for your hip dysplasia case.  Please do contact us to talk through your, or your child's, hip dysplasia.  If due to medical negligence the condition was not identified early and properly treated we will be able to assist you in bringing a medical negligence claim.

Please contact us today by either filling out our contact form or call us on 0800 524 4349.

Signs and Treatment of Hip Dysplasia

Common signs of hip dysplasia are:

•    Hip clicking in examination
•    Legs that are not the same length
•    Feet that turn out often making the feet look like they are backwards
•    Older children may have a limp
•    Arthritis and hip dislocation in older children

The treatment of hip dysplasia includes:

•    Splints to control leg movement
•    Hip brace
•    X-rays to check development

You may be eligible to make a hip dysplasia claim.  Our medical negligence solicitors are experts in the field and will give your case the best possible chance of a positive outcome.

How to Make a Hip Dysplasia Claim

Please call us today on 0800 524 4349 or fill in our online contact form to tell us more about your case.  Here at Darby's Solicitors LLP our medical negligence solicitors are happy to help and will advise on the next steps in how to make your hip dysplasia claim.