my hip dysplasia story

Yesterday was my two year hipiversary, AKA its been two years since I had reconstruction surgery on my right hip, a procedure called a periacetabular osteotomy (PAO). The surgery fixed deformities in my hip that I was born with that caused severe, chronic pain. The surgeon performed a scope first (a seperate procedure) to fix […]

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my PAO journey

I have been reading a lot of blogs from people who have gone through the same surgery I did (a Periacetabular Osteotomy / PAO) and hip dysplasia in general, and it has been a huge encouragement to me. That being said, I want to do the same for others. Those of you who have had […]

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learning

Thirteen chapters. Countless doctor appointments. One volleyball season. Two new baby cousins. Countless experiences. One surgery. Lots of love. Countless tears. Countless smiles. Life changes good and bad. Four seasons. One birthday. Lots of stress. New appreciation. New interests. New eyes. ONE YEAR. One year of blogging. That is pretty crazy. When I started this, […]

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