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  • Repetitive Stress Injuries in Sports for Teens


    Repetitive stress injuries (RSIs) happen when movements are repeated over and over, damaging a bone, tendon, or joint.

  • Repetitive Stress Injuries in Sports for Parents


    Repetitive stress injuries (RSIs) happen when movements are repeated over and over, damaging a bone, tendon, or joint.

  • Safety Tips: Gymnastics for Teens


    Gymnastics is a great sport and a fun way to get a muscular, toned body. But, it also presents a very real risk of injury. To keep things safe during practice and competition, follow these tips.

  • Safety Tips: Swimming for Teens


    To keep things as safe as possible for swimming season, follow these tips.

  • Growth Plates for Parents


    Growth plates are the areas of new bone growth, usually near the ends of long bones. A growth plate is weaker than solid bone. This makes it more likely to get injured.

  • Safety Tips: Soccer for Teens


    Soccer is easy to learn at a young age, and it's great exercise. But it's also a contact sport, and injuries are bound to happen. To help prevent mishaps, follow these safety tips.

  • Shin Splints for Teens


    Shin splints are pain on the inner part of the shinbone, often from running or another high-impact activity. They get better with rest.

  • Shin Splints for Parents


    Shin splints are pain on the inner part of the shinbone, often from running or another high-impact activity. They get better with rest.

  • Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (Runner's Knee) for Teens


    Patellofemoral pain syndrome (or runner's knee) is the most common overuse injury among runners, but it can also happen to other athletes who do activities that require a lot of knee bending.

  • Stress Fractures for Teens


    It's not always easy to tell if you have a stress fracture, and stress fractures can get worse quickly. This article explains how to prevent and treat them.