The changing landscape of youth sports injuries

By Jennie McKee

A roundtable discussion on how high-intensity sports are affecting children

Anyone who thinks overuse injuries aren’t a big problem for today’s young athletes should think again. Children who play sports such as football, basketball, and soccer have a growing risk of incurring stress fractures, tendinitis, and a host of other overuse injuries.

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