OUR INSTITUTES: CANCER | HEART | NEUROSCIENCE | ORTHOPAEDICS
 
 

CHOC Children's Publications
Share |
Printer Friendly

Visit our Blog for the most recent articles from the experts at CHOC Children's



SERVICES ARTICLES

Are Sports and Energy Drinks Safe for Your Kids?
Kid's Health (Archive): Fall 2011
Chances are, your child has already tried a sports drink or energy drink. In the past few years these drinks have become increasingly popular with children and adolescents.

CHOC Sports Medicine Program Opens Irvine Office
Kid's Health (Archive): Spring 2011
Comprehensive sports physical therapy services are now available much closer to home for young South Orange County athletes. The CHOC Children’s Sports Medicine Program has opened a new office in Irvine to provide sports medicine physical therapy for school-age children and precollegiate teens.

CHOC Hosts National Sudden Cardiac Death Symposium
Physician Connection: Fall 2010
Sudden Cardiac Death Symposium & Third Annual LEAPS Conference dates, times, and conference information.

CHOC Sports Medicine Program Opens Irvine Office
Physician Connection: Fall 2010
Comprehensive, sports physical therapy services are now available much closer to home for young South Orange County athletes. The CHOC Children’s Sports Medicine Program has opened a new office in Irvine to provide sports medicine physical therapy for school-age children and pre-collegiate teens.

Focus on Sports Safety this Fall
Kid's Health (Archive): Fall 2009
For many children, fall means more than getting back to school-it's also the beginning of the fall sports season. While fall sports injuries are common, making sure your child is prepared can help prevent some of the most common ones.

Caring for your Little Athlete
Kid's Health (Archive): Summer 2009
It's a parent's worst nightmare. You're watching your child or teen athlete from the sidelines when suddenly the action stops. Your child collapses in the middle of a game or match. Until that moment, he seemed perfectly healthy.

Straight Talk on Scoliosis
Kid's Health (Archive): Fall 2005
It cannot be blamed on heavy backpacks or even slouching over video games. Genetics appear to play a role in the development of the most common form of scoliosis.

Girls Nine Times More Likely To Suffer Sports-Related Knee Injuries
Kid's Health (Archive): Fall 2003
When it comes to basketball and soccer, girls and boys are not created equally. Differences in anatomy, biomechanics and hormones make girls up to nine times more likely to injure the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in their knees than their male counterparts when playing these sports.

SERVICES AT CHOC CHILDREN'S
RELATED SPECIALTIES:
ORTHOPAEDICS
RELATED LINKS:
FIND SPECIALISTS
ARTICLES
STORIES
NEWS
UPCOMING EVENTS
VIDEO
spacer

Facebook  Twitter  Pinterest  Instagram  Foursquare  LinkedIn  YouTube  RSS  CHOC Blog

US News     CAPE Award   Magnet      Beacon Award      Most Trusted Brand     Leapfrog

chocChildren's Hospital of Orange County | UCI University of California, Irvine

Children's Hospital of Orange County is affiliated with UC Irvine Healthcare and UC Irvine School of Medicine

CHOC Children's - 1201 W La Veta Ave, Orange, CA. Phone: 714-997-3000. .