An Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) tear is one of the most feared injuries in sports. Thanks to Chris Phillips, ATC, CSCS of Compete Sports Performance and Rehab for sharing 3 favorite exercises to help prevent ACL tears. Surprising to many, more ACL tears take place without contact. These...

  Great to have master physical therapist Ziad Dahdul DPT, OCS back to share his thoughts on preventing kids shoulder pain. Ziad writes on kids shoulder pain as an orthopedic physical therapist and owner of Ignite Phyzio & Sports Performance, serving Orange and Los Angeles Counties. He...

Deciding when to have a child specialize- playing just one sport or joining a higher level travel team- is a challenge faced by many families. It might mean stopping or limiting other sports or activities. There's definitely a time and financial commitment. Not to mention the worry about...

Check out the latest Sports Injury Protection podcast! Click here to listen to the SportsInjuryProtection.com Podcast "Who Are They and What Do They Do" is the beginning of a series to highlight the different medical practitioners that are involved in the treatment and rehabilitation of sports injuries....

Looking to reduce the risk of Sports Injuries in your young athlete? Then click on the link below and give a big thank you to colleague and friend Dr. Phyllis Agran. Phyllis and her colleagues at the Irvine Community News and Views have a regular column on Child Health and...

Cheerleaders are amazing athletes that need agility, strength, and frequent practice to prevent cheerleading injuries. Backspots, bases, flyers and tumblers all need proper skills and essential coordination. Unfortunately, the frequency of cheerleading injuries is rising with the increasing complexity of stunts. No matter the injured body part, the common...

Bone stress injuries can be stressful. They can be hard to understand, hard to suspect, and have unpredictable healing times. What Are Bone Stress Injuries? Bone stress injuries are usually caused by high loads on normal bone, or normal loads on weaker bones. High loads can be from too much, too...

ActiveKidMD- Your Partner for Specialty Pediatric and Sports Medicine Care believes an accurate diagnosis and reviewing the priorities of the athlete are key in developing a return to play program after injury. [embed]https://youtu.be/HFvnGcjtOgM[/embed]...

A high school cheerleader and lacrosse player interested in returning to activity after concussions asked if a change of position could lower concussion risk. The cheerleader would move from base to tumbler, while the lacrosse player would become a wing and not take face-offs. The lacrosse player was also concerned...