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  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Bones, Muscles & Joints for Teens


    This section has information on conditions like scoliosis and injuries like ACL tears and broken bones.

  • Sports Injuries for Teens for Teens


    This section has information on different types of sports injuries, how they happen, and how to avoid them.

  • Bones & Muscles for Parents


    Info on breaks, sprains, tears, and other problems that can affect the bones and muscles.

  • Sports Injuries for Parents


    Info on common sports injuries and how they're treated.

  • Overuse Injuries for Teens


    Overuse (or repetitive stress) injuries happen when too much stress is placed on a part of the body, causing problems like swelling, pain, muscle strain, and tissue damage.

  • Preventing Children's Sports Injuries for Parents


    Participation in sports can teach kids sportsmanship and discipline. But sports also carry the potential for injury. Here's how to protect your kids.