American Hip Institute

Research & Publications

The American Hip Institute is devoted to advancing the field of Hip Preservation. Ongoing clinical and biomechanics research provide the Institute an improved understanding of developing surgical techniques in the treatment of hip injuries. Domb BG. A Single-Surgeon Prospective Comparison of Open and Arthroscopic Approaches for Femoro-Acetabular Impingement. Manuscript in progress.Domb BG, Botser IB. The Learning Curve in Hip Arthroscopy: Correlation Between Outcomes and Experience. Manuscript in progress. Domb BG, Botser IB.

 

Textbook Chapters:

Loose Bodies: Tips & Pearls in J.W.T. Byrd (ed.), Operative Hip Arthroscopy, Springer Science+Business Media New York, 2012.Botser IB.

Pelvis, hip and thigh. In Sivananthan S, Sherry E, Warnke P, Miller MD (eds) Mercer’s Textbook of Orthopaedics and Trauma, 10th Edition, London, Hodder Arnold, 2012, 772-781. Domb BG, Byrd JWT.

Physical examination of the hip. In Hip and Pelvic Injuries in Sports Medicine. Editors Guanche and Myers. Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins. Philadelphia, PA. In press. Domb BG, Brooks AG, Guanche C

Adaptive evolution of the anatomy of the jaw in mammals. In Princeton University Museum of Geology: An Instructive Guide. Princeton, New Jersey, 1997. Domb BG

Physical Examination of the Hip, Physical Exam Textbook, 2009.