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Avoid Knee Injuries 9997/19/2018 4:56:24 PMtxtFalseaspxAvoid Knee Injuries An injured athlete is an unhappy athlete. So when it comes time for training and warming up the muscles, you need to be on top of your game. Be sure you take it seriously, especially when your knees are involved.When it comes time for training and warming up the muscles, you need to be on top of your game. Be sure you take it seriously, especially when your knees are involved.
Health tips for high-school athletes11297/19/2018 4:56:24 PMtxtFalseaspx​Health tips for high-school athletesQ: Our son just joined his high-school football team. What health advice can I give him?Read more from Kelsey Seybold's orthopedic specialist Dr. Tabor on health tips to prevent high school sports injuries.
Let the Games Begin Preventing Sports Injuries in Young Athletes 11137/19/2018 4:56:24 PMtxtFalseaspxLet the Games Begin! Preventing Sports Injuries in Young Athletes Injuries are more likely to happen when you're tired, so know your body's limits and be sure to get plenty of rest. Christina Walker, M.D., a Sports Medicine specialistYoung athletes! Training and listening to your body may help prevent general soreness and injury.
Torn ligaments may be treated without surgery11157/19/2018 4:56:24 PMtxtFalseaspx​Torn ligaments may be treated wi​​thout surgeryMy grandson tore ankle ligaments playing in his school’s first football game this season. Will he require ​surgery?Kelsey-Seybold orthopedic spcialist, Christina Walker, MD, explains that many torn ligaments can be treated with physical therapy and rest rather than surgery.
Treatment options for torn ligaments11147/19/2018 4:56:24 PMtxtFalseaspx​Treatment options for torn ligamentsI tore ankle ligaments during the last game of my summer softball league. Will I have to have surgery? Are there other treatment options?Having torn ligaments is serious. Read up on this article from Dr. Walker to see what the treatment options
Wise Hot Weather Workouts!11127/19/2018 4:56:24 PMtxtFalseaspx<img alt="" src="/Health-Information/PublishingImages/exercise-indoors.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />Wise Hot Weather Workouts!During hot and humid months, exercise indoors or in the pool to avoid blazing summer temperatures.​Learn more about how exercising in warm weather may be safe if approached with extreme caution from Dr. Walker.

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