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Pediatric Fractures

Growth Plate Injuries

Sports Injuries

Overuse Syndromes

Scoliosis

Pediatric Fractures

How Can I Tell if My Child Has a Broken Bone?
It’s often hard to diagnose a broken bone without an X-ray and a medical exam. Children who exhibit any of the following symptoms should be seen right away.
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Sports Injuries

For young athletes, sports activities are more than play. Participation in athletics improves physical fitness, coordination, and self-discipline, and gives children valuable opportunities to learn teamwork.
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Overuse Injuries in Children

In recent years, doctors have begun to see a significant increase in overuse injuries in children. In most cases, these injuries are associated with sports-related activity.
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Scoliosis

AIS is by far the most common type of scoliosis, affecting children between ages 10 to 18; it’s found in as many as 4 in 100 adolescents. In general, AIS curves progress during the rapid growth period of the patient.
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Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip

Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip or DDH is generally the preferred term for babies and children with hip dysplasia since this condition can develop after birth. DDH is a medical term for general instability, or looseness, of the hip joint
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