Adolescents with mild to severe concussions may be good candidates for at-home exercises recently designed by the CHOC concussion program.
Dr. Jonathan Minor non-surgical sports medicine specialist joins CHOC
Young athletes in Orange County have greater access to sports medicine care as a non-surgical sports medicine specialist joins CHOC
Preventing and Treating Concussions
The CHOC multidisciplinary team of concussion experts can help treat concussions, and help patients ease back into school & sports.
CHOC Experts Discuss Sports Injury Prevention
Early specialization and lack of diversity are more common in young athletes today and can increase the chances of injury.
The Importance of Heart Screenings for Athletes
Parents of young athletes should talk to their pediatrician about getting pre-participation sports physicals that include heart screenings.
Kids and common sports injuries
One of the most common sports injuries in kids is from repetitive stress usually at the elbow, the wrist, the ankle, the knee, or the foot.
Dr. John Schlechter Talks About Overuse Injuries in Children
CHOC Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon Dr. Schlechter talks about common overuse injuries in children, what causes them and how they are treated.
Muscling out the Myths: on Protein
Gaining weight in the off season is a common goal of athletes. Here are a few tips to gain weight safely to improve athletic performance.