Category Archives: Sports Medicine

Running can be fun!

Running can be a fun activity you enjoy with your children. What’s exciting is children are naturally inclined to be active. This means when they think of doing a physical … Full Entry »

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How much is too much physical activities for kids?

In the last 30 years, obesity has doubled in children and nearly quadrupled in adolescents, with the U.S. having the highest rate in the world. Physical activity is essential for … Full Entry »

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When your athlete needs medical follow-up for a concussion

This post was co-authored by Dr. Jorge Gomez and Dr. Kristin Ernest. An athlete who suffers a blow to the head should be evaluated by a physician within 48 hours if … Full Entry »

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Managing sports anxiety in children

Swimmers lined up on the block, runners waiting for the starting pistol, gymnasts stretching on the mat…all waiting for the most important athletic event of their careers. Of course elite … Full Entry »

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It is time to lace up your shoes and get out and run!

School-aged children have spent most of their time the last few weeks hunched over their desk, studying for final exams. For most, final exams are over and school is done … Full Entry »

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