Does surgery actually have 85% success rate for FAI/hip impingement?

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The Harris Hip Score is supposed to determine whether or not a surgery was successful. It’s used in studies to objectively measure whether surgeries for FAI is effective. It’s a flawed way to measure success.

Play with the Harris Hip Score yourself here: http://www.orthopaedicscore.com/scorepages/harris_hip_score.html

More FAI videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfKNSz5BBcBH4lL9pn4XUX9ef0OyZPFtj

For further reading:

1) diagnostic criteria for FAI makes no sense: http://uprighthealth.com/?p=7558
2) unreliability of x-rays and anterior hip impingement tests: http://uprighthealth.com/?p=7703
3) CAM impingement and supposed causation of arthritis: http://uprighthealth.com/?p=7784
4) What is arthritis really? http://uprighthealth.com/?p=7946

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