- The youth sports culture has changed drastically over the past 40 years with children increasingly focusing on a single sport at an early age and continuing to play that same sport all year long.
- Many kids are determined to gain college scholarships, or pursue a professional athletic career, due to pressure from parents and coaches, even though those may be unrealistic goals.
- Approximately 70 percent of children choose to drop out of organized sports by age 13, because of mounting pressure to perform well, the stress of competing, or lack of enjoyment.
- Children who participate in a variety of different sports however are more inclined to make physical activity a priority in their lives for years to come.
Texas Orthopedics is the largest provider of comprehensive musculoskeletal services in Central Texas. We provide specialized expertise and broad experience in the areas of general orthopedics, sports medicine, joint replacement, spine, foot, ankle, hand, shoulder, elbow surgery and non-operative spine and neck care. Six locations in Northwest Austin, Central Austin, South Austin, Round Rock, Cedar Park and Marble Falls to better serve you.
Thursday, September 8, 2016
- Preventing Pediatric Sports Injuries
- Dr. Zachariah Logan Joins Texas Orthopedics
- How Much Salt Do Runners Need?
- Dislocating Your Shoulder & How to Avoid It
- Walk Away Your Knee Pain
- There's A New Player Joining Our Team
- Texas Orthopedics on Pediatric Overuse Injuries
- Ankle Exercises
- Women, Soccer, and ACL Injuries
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