David Logan is a personal trainer, coaches wrestling and was even training to be a Navy SEAL before hip dysplasia derailed that dream. Doctors elsewhere told him to consider hip replacement surgery to relieve his excruciating hip pain. Logan immediately discounted that option because it would curtail his very active lifestyle. He did his research and found Brian Lewis, MD, a Duke hip surgeon. Lewis suggested a series of procedures, including a periacetabular osteotomy, that would return Logan to running pain-free again.