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Sports are a fun and healthy way to stay active, but staying safe while playing is very important. Whether you’re a serious competitive athlete or are just playing sports for fun, learning how to play without pain can save you from long-lasting injuries and long recoveries.
Especially for young patients whose bones are still growing, preventing injuries can go a long way in avoiding painful accidents, overuse injuries and surgery.
Our world-class experts in Sports Medicine have created a series of helpful guides on how to prevent injuries based on activity.
ACL injury prevention
Baseball injury prevention
Basketball injury prevention
Bicycling injury prevention
Cricket injury prevention
Fencing injury prevention
Field Hockey injury prevention
Football injury prevention
Golf injury prevention
Gymnastics and cheering injury prevention
Ice hockey injury prevention
Ice skating injury prevention
Lacrosse injury prevention
Marital Arts injury prevention
Riding injury prevention
Rowing injury prevention
Rugby injury prevention
Skiing injury prevention
Soccer injury prevention
Softball injury prevention
Swimming injury prevention
Tennis and Racquet Sports injury prevention
Track and Field injury prevention
Volleyball injury prevention
Wrestling injury prevention
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