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How Obesity Can Affect Your Child’s Orthopedic Health

In the United States, one-third of children between the ages of 2 to 19 are overweight. A child's bone growth and musculoskeletal health can be greatly affected. Therefore, putting them at risk for pain, deformity, limited mobility, and an increasingly diminished quality of life. Damage Areas of Developing Cartilage Tissue During bone growth, excessive weight [...]

5 Common Childhood Orthopedic Concerns

As parents, it's common to be aware of every area of a child's development and to wonder whether these issues are typical, or maybe matters for concern. In fact, there are a number of conditions that parents often notice including toe walking, flatfeet, pigeon toes, knock-knees, and bow-legs. Of course, as children grow, many issues [...]

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