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What should parents look for in their kids as signs of overuse injuries?...What can you as a parent, or your child's coach do to help reduce the immediate occurrence of overuse injuries in youth sports? Allow sufficient rest after practices, games
Bush, on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington on June 27, 2007. The Allegany County Little League Bobcats played against Luray Little League Red Wings promoting women in sports. (UPI Photo/Alexis C. April 28 (UPI) -- Overuse injuries are
Young athletes who specialize in one sport and train intensively have a significantly higher risk of stress fractures and other severe overuse injuries, even when compared with other injured athletes, according to the largest clinical study of its
And aside from an acute or traumatic injury, most adolescents who play sports regularly may at one time or another suffer from an overuse injury. Add in the fact that when adolescents are going through their peak growth spurts, their tendons, muscles,
500. Team fees: $1,000. Travel (seven trips): $1,800. Camps: $500. Offseason conditioning: $1,500. Total: $5,300. Club fees (includes uniforms and entry fees): $2,700. Coaches travel: $300. Gas, food, hotels and airfare: $2,500. Total:
The women's Olympic football semifinals testified to a fact of the sports world: even the pros have their limits. As the tense match stood at 3-3 at the end of the second half, the game went into over time. Over time is also known as "
Sixty-two percent of overuse injuries in college athletes occurred in women -- after long training sessions or from repetitive movements, U.S. researchers say. Study co-author Tracey Covassin, a certified athletic trainer at Michigan State University,
Bender's group oversees 80,000 players on private club teams across the state. She is among those warning that the growing popularity of year-round soccer programs playing outdoors in spring, summer and fall and indoors in winter has put some young
As spring training begins, little leaguers should take a lesson from the pros and take care to avoid common baseball injuries. New safety guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics call for youth baseball coaches and parents to be aware of
Updated Pediatrician Gary Emmett likes to share a little mantra with kids and parents: "A good day is a day when you read for an hour and run for an hour." Perfect advice for families whose kids are heading back to school and sports. But "running"