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  • Jumper's Knee for Teens


    Jumper's knee is an overuse injury that happens when frequent jumping, running, and changing direction damages the patellar tendon.

  • Jumper's Knee for Parents


    Jumper's knee is an overuse injury that happens when frequent jumping, running, and changing direction damages the patellar tendon.

  • Knee Injuries for Parents


    Knee injuries are common among young athletes. Learn about causes, treatments, and prevention.

  • Arthritis & Rheumatologic Conditions for Parents


    Learn about conditions that can affect the body's soft tissues and joints.

  • Knee Injuries for Teens


    Healthy knees are needed for many activities and sports and getting hurt can mean some time sitting on the sidelines.

  • Repetitive Stress Injuries in Sports for Teens


    Repetitive stress injuries (RSIs) happen when movements are repeated over and over, damaging a bone, tendon, or joint.

  • Repetitive Stress Injuries in Sports for Parents


    Repetitive stress injuries (RSIs) happen when movements are repeated over and over, damaging a bone, tendon, or joint.

  • Sports Injuries for Teens for Teens


    This section has information on different types of sports injuries, how they happen, and how to avoid them.

  • Growth Plates for Teens


    Growth plates are the areas of new bone growth, usually near the ends of long bones. A growth plate is weaker than solid bone. This makes it more likely to get injured.

  • Growth Plates for Parents


    Growth plates are the areas of new bone growth, usually near the ends of long bones. A growth plate is weaker than solid bone. This makes it more likely to get injured.