Keep Your Young Athlete Healthy and Fit
It is March, the time of year when your children are starting to play little league baseball, softball, soccer, or some other spring sport. Playing outdoors brings a lot of enjoyment for children and parents, especially after a few months of indoor winter activity. As a result, exercise levels tend to increase and often times, injuries appear. Injuries to children’s spines are not unique to contact sports like football, soccer, or martial arts, though they are also seen in non-contact sports like competitive cheerleading and gymnastics.