Arthritis Research Canada’s Senior Scientist, Dr. Jacek Kopec, and Clinical Epidemiologist & Orthopaedic PT, Dr. Chuck Ratzlaff, provide in-depth details about research being conducted on femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) and its role in hip pain and hip osteoarthritis (OA). Learn about what it is, why it occurs, and recommendations for what you can do to prevent possible hip damage.

Despite a diagnosis of juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA) at the age of six, Sadiq Jiwa has always dreamed of becoming a professional golfer. At twenty-three, and experiencing significant pain in his hip, Sadiq was further diagnosed with femoroacetabular impingement (FAI). He opens up about his experience and how arthritis research is helping him to continue to pursue his dream of joining the PGA.

Watch the recorded version of the Arthritis Research Education Series – Episode #3: The Puzzle of Hip Pain and Hip Osteoarthritis webinar. Presentations by our scientific experts Dr. Jacek Kopec and Dr. Chuck Ratzlaff followed by Q&A. Arthritis Research Canada’s Knowledge Broker, Alison Hoens, is the moderator of this session.

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