Improving awarenesss and understanding of young people’s hip conditions.

Patients, clinicians and researchers investigating Hip Dysplasia, Perthes and Slipped Upper Femoral Epiphysis.

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Welcome to Hip Pain Cardiff. We are building a community of patients, their carers, surgeons, physiotherapists, academic researchers and more. Please join us!

We aim to establish a strong research agenda focussed on improving the knowledge, understanding and treatment of young people’s hip conditions. We want to improve the lives, the activities and THE FUN of young people with hip conditions.

We want to use our research findings to influence Government and health service policy and get patients what they want and need.

Help us to help you to help us to help you!

Our Research Priorities

  • Accelerating Diagnosis

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  • Raising Awareness

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  • Outcome Measures

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  • Research Impact

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  • Support

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Our Team

Tina Gambling

Tina Gambling Director of Postgraduate Research

Tina is Director of Post Graduate Research in Cardiff University’s School of Healthcare Sciences. Tina is Principle Investigator for the ESRC funded seminar series focussing on the adult consequences of paediatric hip pathologies.

John O’Hara

John O’Hara Pioneering Surgeon

John is internationally known for his skills in the latest and most advanced joint-preserving surgical techniques in the adolescent and young adult hip.

Liz Evans

Liz Evans Senior Lecturer in Physiotherapy

Liz is a Senior Lecturer in Physiotherapy at Cardiff University. Liz is currently completing her PhD on the challenges of diagnosis in adult hip dysplasia.

Professor Andrew Long

Professor Andrew Long Professor of Health Systems Research

Andrew is a health services researcher and educator at the School of Healthcare, University of Leeds

Sandy Tubeuf

Sandy Tubeuf Associate Professor in Health Economics

Sandy is Associate Professor in Health Economics in the Academic Unit of Health Economics, University of Leeds

AND YOU!

AND YOU! What do you do?

Your contributions are vital to the success of building our community!

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Join our community of patients, carers, clinicians and academics working to improve knowledge and understanding of young people’s hip conditions

Let’s work together to improve understanding, patient care and outcomes.

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