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OrthoCarolina Pediatric Introduces Physis (Epiphysis) - A Service Dog Who Improves the Experience of Children During Medical Visits.Read More
Sports medicine is a subject typically associated with professional and collegiate athletes. But there’s another facet that’s important to discuss: sports medicine in adolescents and amateur athletics. In this episode we hear from OrthoCarolina's Margaret Lynch, PA-C & Dr. Jonathan Riboh.Read More
Pediatric orthopedic surgeon Dr. Virginia Casey shares what parents need to know about clubfoot treatment on the Between the Bones podcast, powered by OrthoCarolina.Read More
When your child falls in love with a sport, it can be difficult to step up to the plate and interfere. But sometimes as a parent, you have to play hardball.Read More
As sports medicine physicians, we believe the best way to treat injuries is to prevent them in the first place. In just 40 minutes a week, athletes can reduce their risk of injury by as much as 50 percent.Read More
Anterior cruciate ligament, or ACL, injuries are extremely common in youth sports. How an athlete lands when coming down from a jump can increase or minimize their risk of this infamous knee injury.
Most falls your child will take in their young lives will be the kind from which they hop right back up and keep on moving. But...Read More
After a break, fracture, sprain or dislocation, a cast allows bones to stay in place as they heal. Being injured is never fun, but there are a few fun facts about casts beyond the fact that all your friends can sign them.
If you’ve been to a local high school sports event, you may have seen OrthoCarolina staff on the sidelines. We learn from one PA how they keep athletes safe during competition.Read More
Everything you need to know about active learning and suggestions for activities to start incorporating it into your child’s day.Read More
Patellofemoral pain syndrome is pain in the front of the knee. It frequently occurs in teenagers, manual laborers, and athletes.Read More
Wondering what exactly is scoliosis? Dr. Todd Chapman of OrthoCarolina's Spine Center helps us define scoliosis and learn more about its prevalence and treatments.Read More
OrthoCarolina’s Pediatric Orthopedic Center is your destination for comprehensive pediatric orthopedic care in Charlotte.Read More
Soccer is not only one of the fastest growing sports, but it’s also one of the most fast-paced. Like any contact sport there is always potential for injury, but during the juvenile and teenage years those chances are higher simply due to growth patterns and growing bodies.Read More
The backpack serves not only as a stylish accessory, but also as the main transporter for books, homework, or maybe even a laptop.Read More
Kohler's disease is a condition, where the navicular bone in the foot looses its blood supply temporarily and sustains a state of bone death, also called avascular necrosis.Read More
Osgood Schlatter’s is a condition associated with inflammation of the apophysis of the tibial tubercle. This means that a portion of the growth plate of the shin bone has become irritated.Read More
Scoliosis is a sideways curvature of the spine which may cause the spine to be in the shape of a C or S instead of being straight.Read More
Blount’s disease is a condition affecting the growth plate of the tibia, also known as the shin bone.Read More
“Bowed legs” is a term used to describe the medical term genu varum, which means the knees fall outside the midline of the legs.Read More