Organized sports have so many benefits for kids, but exuberant over-use can cause repetitive stress injuries. Children who play basketball, volleyball, soccer, football and those who ski, are most likely to injure their Anterior Cruciate Ligaments when they slow down, pivot or land after a jump.1 When minor injuries are addressed promptly, a brace can help with recovery and often get them back in the game with less chance of re-injury.
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Our trained and certified pediatric practitioners are here to answer your questions. You can learn more about specific sport injuries from foot pain to stress fractures with the resources below. Bookmark this page so you can come back to it later if needed.