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A to Z: Sprain, Ankle
Ankle sprains are common in kids and teens who play sports. They happen when the ligaments that support the ankle get overly stretched or torn. (Article for Parents)
A to Z: Sprain
Sprains are common injuries, especially among active older kids and teens who play sports. (Article for Parents)
A to Z: Sprain, Wrist
A sprain is the stretch or partial tear of ligaments (which connect two bones). A wrist sprain happens when the ligaments that support the wrist bend or twist too far. (Article for Parents)
A to Z: Sprain, Knee
A knee sprain happens when a ligament is stretched or torn because the knee gets twisted, bent, or hit. (Article for Parents)
Strains and Sprains
Sprains and strains are common injuries, especially for people who play hard or are into sports. Find out what they are and how to recuperate from one. (Article for Teens)
Strains and Sprains Are a Pain
What's a sprain? What's a strain? Find out in this article for kids. (Article for Kids)
First Aid: Strains and Sprains
Here's what to do if you think your child has pulled or torn a muscle, ligament or tendon. (Article for Parents)
Ankle Sprains
A sprained ankle is a very common injury that happens when the ligaments that support the ankle get overly stretched or torn. Find out how to avoid ankle sprains and what to do if you get one. (Article for Teens)
A to Z: Fracture, Lateral Malleolus
Learn about types of lower extremity fractures and conditions that can affect the ankle and lower leg. (Article for Parents)
A to Z: Fracture, Bimalleolar
Learn about types of lower extremity fractures and conditions that can affect the ankle and lower leg. (Article for Parents)
Broken Bones, Sprains, and Strains
Broken bones and torn muscles, ligaments, and tendons happen. Find out what to do if your child experiences any breaks, strains, or sprains. (Article for Parents)
A to Z: Myalgia
Learn about causes of muscle pain and conditions that affect muscles and muscle groups. (Article for Parents)
What Happens If You Keep Playing Sports When You're Injured?
Find out what the experts have to say. (Article for Teens)
Nutrition & Fitness Center
Want to know more about eating right and being active? This is the place! (Article for Kids)
Cuts, Strains, Sprains and Fractures
Tip #SI709 - Symptoms of various injuries and suggested first aid procedures.
How Long Will It Take to Heal a Broken Bone?
Find out what the experts have to say. (Article for Parents)
Going to a Physical Therapist
Physical therapy uses exercises and other special treatments to help people move their bodies. Find out more in this article for kids. (Article for Kids)
Dynamic Stretching (Video)
These videos guide you through 8 dynamic stretches that target different muscles and areas of the body. (Article for Teens)
A to Z: Fracture, Elbow
Fractured (broken) elbows are a common injury in kids and teens. (Article for Parents)
A to Z: Fracture, Distal Radius and Ulna
Fractures of the distal radius and ulna, or broken bones of the forearm, are common childhood injuries. (Article for Parents)
A to Z: Fracture, Clavicle
A clavicle fracture, or broken collarbone, is one of the most common broken bones among kids and teens. (Article for Parents)
A to Z: Fracture, Scaphoid (Wrist)
A fractured scaphoid is a broken small bone in the wrist. (Article for Parents)
Costochondritis
This type of chest pain may seem scary at first, but it's usually nothing to worry about. Most kids begin to feel better on their own after a few days. (Article for Parents)
First Aid: Dislocations
A dislocation happens when two connected bones are separated. These injuries require emergency medical care to avoid further damage. (Article for Parents)
X-Ray Exam: Ankle
An ankle X-ray can help find the cause of symptoms such as pain, tenderness, and swelling, or deformity of the ankle joint. It can also detect broken bones or a dislocated joint. (Article for Parents)
A to Z: Fracture, Radius
A fractured radius is a broken bone in the lower arm. It is a common injury that usually heals quickly. (Article for Parents)
Limited Mobility Special Needs Factsheet
What teachers should know about students with limited mobility, and how teachers can help them in the classroom. (Article for Parents)
A to Z: Osteogenesis Imperfecta
Learn more about congenital disorders and bone deformities. (Article for Parents)
Osgood-Schlatter Disease
Osgood-Schlatter disease isn't serious, but it causes knee pain in athletes. Find out more in this article for kids. (Article for Kids)
A to Z: Biceps Tendonitis
Learn more about biceps tendonitis and how it's treated. (Article for Parents)
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