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American Hip Institute Research Foundation

Our Mission

The mission of the American Hip Institute Research Foundation is to educate, innovate and offer the most advanced and comprehensive treatment options for injuries of the hip joint. Our website is designed to serve as an educational tool for patients, surgeons and health care providers.

The American Hip Institute Research Foundation is a non-profit foundation dedicated to education, research and cutting-edge minimally-invasive treatment for patients with hip pain.

Our Latest Research
The American Hip Institute Research Foundation is devoted to advancing the field of Hip Preservation. Ongoing clinical and biomechanics research provide the Foundation an improved understanding of developing surgical techniques in the treatment of hip injuries.
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  • Hip Arthroscopy American Hip Institute Research Foundation
    Minimum Five-Year Outcomes of Hip Arthroscopy for the Treatment of Femoroacetabular Impingement and Labral Tears in Patients.
  • Hip Arthroscopy-Clinical American Hip Institute Research Foundation
    Excision of Labral Amorphous Calcification as a Part of Hip Arthroscopy-Clinical Outcomes in a Matched-Controlled Study. Arthroscopy.
  • Capsular Repair Versus Capsulotomy American Hip Institute Research Foundation
    Patient-Reported Outcomes of Capsular Repair Versus Capsulotomy in Patients Undergoing Hip Arthroscopy:Minimum 5-Year Follow-up-A Matched.
  • Robotic Guidance in Total Hip Arthroplasty American Hip Institute Research Foundation
    Can Stem Version Consistently Correct Native Femoral Version Using Robotic Guidance in Total Hip Arthroplasty?.
Our Research Team
  • 2021

    Diabetes Mellitus Is Not a Negative Prognostic Factor for Patients Undergoing Hip Arthroscopy

    Diabetes mellitus (DM) has been associated with inferior clinical outcomes and comorbidities in general. The authors sought to compare the outcomes of hip arthroscopy at minimum 2-year follow-up for patients with DM with those of patients without DM. Read More
  • 2021

    Cost-Effectiveness of Hip Arthroscopy for Treatment of Femoroacetabular Impingement Syndrome and Labral Tears: A Systematic Review

    Hip arthroscopy has frequently been shown to produce successful outcomes as a treatment for femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) and labral tears. Read More
  • 2021

    Editorial Commentary: Indiscriminate Iliopsoas Tenotomy May Cause Complications-With Tight Indications and Transbursal Lengthening, We May Avoid Them

    Surgical management of iliopsoas pathology that fails conservative treatment is controversial. Potential complications following iliopsoas tenotomy include recurrent painful internal snapping, postoperative pain, and hip flexor weakness. Read More