Sports Medicine

Understanding Rhabo: Why You Should Take Exertional Rhabdomyolysis Seriously

While it feels as if high school football season has just ended, many high schools and universities have already started... Read full post »

Winter Workout: Exercise During TV Commercials

As always, consult with your child’s physician before implementing any new exercise routine. How do you keep your family active... Read full post »

Injury Prevention in Softball and Baseball

Throwing injuries can put limitations on the ability of some athletes to continue playing their sport. Throwing and pitching require... Read full post »

Our Top 10 Posts of 2016

It is time, once again, to reflect on the last year and thank the many contributors to 700 Children’s (we... Read full post »

Skiing and Snowboarding Injury Prevention: Reducing Risk on the Slopes

Cold weather is here and snow is starting to fall, which means the unofficial start of skiing and snowboarding season!... Read full post »

Cauliflower Ear Prevention and Treatment

What is cauliflower ear? Cauliflower ear is the result of auricular hematoma when blood gets into the outer part of... Read full post »

Soccer Injuries Are on the Rise: What Parents Need to Know

Soccer has become an increasingly popular sport in the United States, both professionally and recreationally with over 3 million registered... Read full post »

Shoulder Injuries in Young Athletes

Shoulder injuries in young athletes are very common and can vary in cause and severity depending on each individual athlete’s... Read full post »