Keeping adolescent hips healthy
The goal of this study is to capture how young athletes move so that we can study movements that affect hip bone shape. Funding for this projects is from the Rheumatology Research Foundation.
Movement screening and modification in individuals with femoroacetabular impingement (FAI)
This study aims to determine if people with FAI have different typical movement patterns than people without FAI, and if these movement patterns are modifiable. This project is funded through the National Institutes of Health.
Effect of femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) on hip motion in young adults
This mentored patient-oriented research career development award focuses specifically on movement patterns which may contribute to pain in young adults with FAI in order to develop effective non-surgical treatment options. This project is funded through the National Institutes of Health.
Sex-specific movement differences in young adults with and without hip pain
The aim of this study is to determine sex-specific differences in movement patterns in adults with hip pain. The goal is to develop improved intervention and prevention programs that address the different movement patterns found in males and females with hip pain. This project is funded through the National Institutes of Health.