In the adult, the hip is a very stable joint that rarely dislocates due to heavy ligamentous and muscular support. However, in an infant it is the most common site for congenital dislocation. The acetabulum forms the socket the femoral head sits in, creating a “ball and socket” joint. It...
- Posted: August 23, 2014
- | by: Dr. Crysta Serne
- | 2 Comments
- | Categories: Chiropractic, Sports Therapy, Wellness Articles
- | Tags: Anatomy, Chiropractor, Hamstring, Hip, Sports Therapy