GET THEM BACK TO WHAT THEY
Click here to read our blog posts about
Osgood-Schlatter’s disease, Sever’s disease, and
Shin Splints in Adolescents
Like you don’t have enough to worry about as you’re kids get older,
try adding common conditions that affect young athletes like shin splints,
Osgood-Schlatter's disease, and Sever's disease to the list!
While this might sound daunting, they're not really diseases at all. Instead, they're symptoms of their bones growing faster than their muscles and tendons can keep up with. Sometimes, this growth can cause tension where their tendons connect to the bone, leading to discomfort, inflammation, or even a little bump on the back of the heel or the front of the shin.
The good news? With some professional advice and personalized solutions, we can help your kiddo continue doing what they love.