Overuse injuries are one of the most common causes of injuries in pediatric and adolescent athletes. Up to half of all injuries seen in pediatric sports medicine are related to overuse.
How do we know if the pain we are experiencing is normal, or if the pain is far more serious and due to an injury?
Research in recent years says receiving many less severe hits to the head over time may be even more dangerous to the brain than a single concussion.
Finding a new lump or bump on your body would give most of us pause. After all, a lump can, in rare cases, mean cancer. But not every bump or lump is worth worrying about.
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Making sure your baseball player plays his best game possible doesn’t start the moment he steps out onto the field. It starts the night before. And continues by choosing the right foods to eat that day — and more!
We all know that nutrition is important for your child’s growth and development. But your child’s growth — particularly height — also depends on bone growth plates. When those growth plates become damaged through a sports-related injury or accident, they not only can be painful but also can affect how well and how long your … Read More
If you think you may have shin splints, here’s what you need to know about treatment, prevention and how they happen in the first place.
In recent years it’s become clear that the manner in which we do warm-up stretching can directly benefit or hinder performance.
Be sure your children are in good physical condition and tell them to learn the proper technique from their instructor before they try something new.
Millions of concussions occur each year. If you or a loved one suffer a blow to the head, watch for symptoms of a more severe brain injury.