Social media had put the two organisations together and we are very much looking forward to working with the team in 2017.
Orthopaedic research can improve people’s lives in many ways:
- It helps develop artificial joints and limbs which are more comfortable and last longer.
- It finds better ways to relieve pain and improve quality of life.
- It furthers knowledge of conditions such as arthritis or osteoporosis.
These are valid, true points for those with DDH and that is why the two charities can work together so well.
As we always say at DDH UK, working together for a common goal is best practise and we delighted that Arash Angadji and his team share this vision.
You can read the full story here and have a look around the Orthopaedic Research UK site for all kinds of interesting information and ideas.
Team DDH UK