Sports Medicine & Exercise
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Strength training is proven to reduce risk of injury and improve endurance in children involved in competitive sports.
Playing sports is as mental as it is physical. Learn how to improve your child athlete’s confidence, focus and anxiety management skills.
Heading to the mountains this winter to ski or hike? Don’t let a case of altitude sickness ruin your trip, or worse, put you in serious danger.
Tendinopathy is a common injury among distance runners. But it can happen to non-athletes as well.
While some people assume – or hope – that regular exercise will offset the negative effects of unhealthy eating, that’s not the case.
At age 16, baseball player Carson Jackson was diagnosed with scoliosis. After an innovative surgical procedure at UH Rainbow corrected the curve in his spine, Carson is back in the game.
While no piece of equipment can prevent concussion or traumatic injury, there are ways to minimize the risk for young football players.
Burnout and overuse injury can limit your child’s enjoyment and success in playing sports. Learn how to recognize and prevent these common problems.