Growing Pains or Osgood-Schlatter + MORE

Growing Pains or Osgood-Schlatter + MORE

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Growing Pains or Osgood-Schlatter

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kids football tournaments 1433916165 386864116 Growing Pains or Osgood Schlatter + MOREBy Dev Mishra, M.D.
President, Sideline Sports Doc
Clinical Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Stanford University
Key Points:

 

Overuse injuries related to growth spurts are common in certain sports, especially sports involving jumping, sprinting, and rapid changes of direction
Osgood-Schlatter syndrome is a very common growth related pain in the front of the knee
Osgood-Schlatter can be successfully treated by rest from the activities causing the pain, and allowing gradual return to sports

 
School’s out now for many kids, and I’m starting to see a lot of kids come through the office to get “tuned up” for summer activities…

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