Hip Preservation Therapy and Surgery Outcomes Tracking

Adolescent and Young Adult Hip Preservation Surgery Outcomes

Protocol Description

The purpose of this study is to identify outcomes and complications in patients seen by UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh’s Division of Orthopaedic Surgery for hip preservation surgery.

Eligibility Criteria

This study is accepting participants, ages 10 to 35 years old, who have been diagnosed with femoroacetabular impingement and/or hip dysplasia and are going to undergo either physical therapy or primary surgical intervention, such as hip arthroscopy, hip surgical dislocation, or periacetabular osteotomy.
Males and Females: Ages 10 to 35


In addition to medical record updates, during visits participants will be asked to complete strength, range-of-motion, and other functional tests, as well as surveys that are usual standard of care in the division’s Adolescent and Young Adult Hip Preservation Program.
Visits: Up to 8, with some done concurrently with visits for standard care.
Duration: Up to 2 years

Status: Enrolling by Invitation

Source(s) of Support

Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Scientific Program

Primary Investigator

Michael McClincy, MD

Contact Information

For more information about the study or enrollment, please contact:
Clinical Research Coordinator Jennifer Oakley, MPH