Considering that hip dislocation and hip development problems are a problem that occurs in 15 out of every 1000 births, approximately 18-20 thousand babies are born with hip dislocation or hip development problems occur in these newborn babies.Congenital hip dislocation; girls, first births, hip dislocation in the family, consanguineous marriages, infants born to the breech (breech arrival), neck curvature, head flatness and curvature of the babies born with problems that appear to be more common. Babies with any of these characteristics are referred to as a risky group, and babies without these characteristics have a risk of developing hip dislocation or developmental problems 2 to 8 times more frequently.The wrong practices of the family “cause the baby to become disabled”Via Hospital Group Specialist Nazan Cihan: “Most of the time, when the baby is in the womb, the hip is dislocated or the development of the hip is insufficient. Things to do after birth can cause this problem to develop in a good or bad way. In this sense, hip dislocation is a preventable disability. In other words, the wrong practices of the family to the baby may lead to disability of the baby, and correct actions can lead to healing. Radiological examination for early diagnosis Hip USG should be performed at 1-1.5 months of age and should not be spent for 3 months. USG is a method that works with sound waves and is harmless. This method, which is quite economical, takes about 5-15 minutes. The baby is laid on his back on a stretcher six naked. The gel is applied to the hip joint and the USG probe is hovered over the joint. The joint is given certain positions and some angle measurements are made. They are then presented as a report and presented to the parents and the situation is directed to the examination of the pediatrician. For this disease that occurs in 15 out of every thousand births, families need to be very careful ”.