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Youth Sports

Guest Post: Dr. Chris Koutures – What Dancers Should Know Before Seeing a Doctor or Medical Professional

2023-04-30T18:25:26+00:00April 27th, 2023|Adolescents & Teenagers, Dance, Dance Rehab, Injuries, Orthopedics, Sports Rehabilitation, Youth Sports|

We are pleased to provide this guest blog post from dual board-certified pediatric and sports medicine specialist Dr. Chris Koutures of Active Kid MD and based in Anaheim. He is a general pediatric and sports medicine specialist  who is dedicated to enhancing the health and knowledge of patients and their families in Orange County, California. [...]

March 2023 Newsletter

2023-04-01T03:10:01+00:00April 1st, 2023|Aquatic Sports, Back Pain, Cancer Rehabilitation, Lymphedema, News, Orthopedics, Sports Rehabilitation, Youth Sports|

March 2023 Newsletter Spring has finally sprung and the much needed rain looks like it is ending. We hope you found the time to keep moving while indoors. If not, as you hopefully restart or even begin an exercise program, make sure to warmup, stretch, and go slow to start. If you need some [...]

Preventing Shoulder Injuries in Baseball Players: Tips for a Pain-Free Season

2023-03-24T18:03:26+00:00March 23rd, 2023|Adolescents & Teenagers, Injuries, Orthopedics, Sports Rehabilitation, Youth Sports|

Shoulder pain in baseball players is common and can lead to long-term injuries, but don't worry there are steps you can take to help reduce and prevent shoulder injuries. Shoulder pain is a common ailment among baseball players, particularly pitchers and catchers who frequently engage in overhead throwing motions. Ignoring shoulder pain can [...]

U.S. Soccer Bans Headers in Children Under 10 Years of Age

2017-07-21T12:13:27+00:00August 11th, 2015|Injuries, Youth Sports|

Heads up...Rethinking headers in soccer for children  Gone are the days when “getting your bell rung” on the field was considered a badge of honor. Over the last few years more attention and awareness has been placed on head injuries and concussions in sports. While there is still much to be learned, the evidence [...]