Take Safety Precautions For Student Athletes, Warns Stamford Doctor

Daily Voice —September 1, 2015

Dr. Daniel Green, pediatric orthopedic surgeon at HSS, shares tips for back-to-school safety for students with Stamford’s The Daily Voice.

As children get older and begin playing school sports, they should no longer play to get in shape, but train and get in shape in order to safely play sports. If your child is recovering from an injury, he or she should not compete in sports until his/her strength and flexibility has returned to pre-injury level. If your child is injured and tries to play through it, he can make the injury worse or hurt other parts of his body.

Read the full article with all of Dr. Green’s tips at DailyVoice.com.


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