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Concussions, ACL tears, ankle sprains – injuries are an unfortunate reality of the sporting world. Despite the risk of injuries, our experts believe that the benefits of athletic activity greatly outweigh the risks.
Our experts share advice on how to best avoid injuries so athletes can stay in the game and how to overcome injuries when they do occur. From identifying concussions to understanding the importance of sports specialization, we’re here to help you stay safe, healthy and in the game.
Dry needling might sound unpleasant, but according to our physical therapist Kristine Rabin, PT, DPT, it’s similar to a deep-tissue massage.
Read why many young athletes who specialize in one sport experience increased stress on the same muscles, bones, tendons or growth plates.
Learn more about the youth sports concussion law (Senate Bill 40, or the "Jake Snakenberg Youth Concussion Act").
After a head injury, athletes should be seen to see if they have a concussion. Red flags can determine if your kid has a serious condition.
Concussions can put an athlete at an increased risk for depression, irritability and isolation. Learn the warning signs.