Featured News Segments for American Hip Institute & Orthopedic Specialists
Our mission at the American Hip Institute & Orthopedic Specialists is to educate, innovate and offer the most advanced and comprehensive treatment options for injuries of the hip joint. The American Hip Institute & Orthopedic Specialists is proud to be featured in local and national news stories.
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Dr. Andrew Carbone and Dr. Paulo Padilla have completed their fellowship training in hip preservation
Dr. Andrew Carbone and Dr. Paulo Padilla have completed their fellowship training in hip preservation at the American Hip Institute under the instruction of Dr. Benjamin Domb. It was a true pleasure to have both doctors join the American Hip Institute team and we wish them both well on their journey of saving lives one hip at a time. Congratulations to you both!
American Football Great, Steven Jackson, shares his experience and comeback story after hip surgery at the American Hip Institute in Chicago
Steven played 12 seasons in professional football, including 3 Pro Bowls. It is both an honor and a privilege to help Steven make a comeback!
Benjamin Domb, MD, of the American Hip Institute is featured in ESPN’s article on NHL free agent Patrick Kane
Benjamin Domb, MD, of the American Hip Institute is featured in ESPN’s article on NHL free agent Patrick Kane. Patrick Kane's decision to undergo major hip surgery a month before free agency opened is a factor in keeping him as a free agent.
Dr. Benjamin Domb, founder of the The American Hip Institute, was honored to be a guest speaker on David Mandell’s podcast for the Modern Physician.
Dr. Domb shares his story on where he grew up and why he became an orthopedic surgeon with a heartfelt discussion on why people matter most in his organization.
5 Exercises for Healthy Hips
The hip is a major weight-bearing joint in the body and is responsible for many functional activities such as walking and running, sitting and standing, and climbing stairs. By keeping your hips strong and mobile, hip pain can quickly be eliminated and you can return to normal activity.