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CHOC's Sports Medicine Program cares for athletes by teaching injury prevention, improving skills and being ready on the sidelines when injury happens.
Dr. Chris Koutures is a board certified pediatrician and sports medicine specialist who sees kids and teens at CHOC Hospital in Orange.
Dr. Kelly Davis is a board certified physician in pediatrics and sports medicine. She treats children and teens at CHOC Hospital in Orange.
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The aim of this conference is to draw together experts in the fields of sports cardiology, inherited cardiac diseases and sudden cardiac death in the young.
One of the most common sports injuries in children is from chronic repetitive stress. It is usually at the elbow, the wrist, the ankle, the knee or the foot.
Dr. Koutures, Pediatric and Sports Medicine Specialist at CHOC, discusses sports concussions and gives advice on to do when parents see signs of concussions.
Dr. John Schlechter is an orthopaedic surgeon who treats kids and teens at CHOC. He also leads the CHOC Sports Medicine Program.
Dr. Kent Marangi is a board certified physician specializing in orthopaedic surgery. He sees kids and teens at CHOC at Mission Hospital.
Sports medicine specialist Dr. Jonathan Minor explains how overuse injuries can occur in young athletes and the problems that can occur if they aren't treated.
Sports medicine specialist Dr. Jonathan Minor explains the different types of knee injuries and how they are treated to minimize future problems for a child or teen.
The Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship Program is a 3 year ACGME-accredited program that provides exposure to pediatric emergency medicine.
The Rehabilitation Services Department at CHOC provides orthopaedic and sports-related physical therapy for children and young adults.
Sports participation is a leading cause of injury in young people. Follow these stretching exercises to help prevent injuries during workouts or playing sports.
In this CHOC grand rounds video, Dr. Chris Koutures, pediatrician and sports medicine specialist, addresses common nutritional concerns shared by pediatricians treating school-aged athletes, dancers and other performers.
A CHOC pediatric sports medicine specialist discusses elbow fractures and other common sports injuries on Doctor Radio's orthopedics show.
A full day of educational teaching and hands-on training in basic orthopedic exams. Simple diagnosis could be made by a PCP if they had the basic tools and skill set to examine the upper and lower extremities correctly. Early diagnosis ensures good patient outcomes.
Chris Koutures, MD, Pediatric and Sports Medicine Specialist at CHOC, describes the symptoms of concussion in kids and how it changes the way they think, act and behave.
Our team specializes in pediatric rehabilitation and uses the very latest research-based therapies in one-on-one sessions with patients and their families.
Medical professionals talk about their healthiest habits that anyone could implement in their everyday lives. Here are their 30 best pieces of advice for living well.
Pediatric orthopaedic surgeon and researcher John A. Schlechter, DO, runs an extremely busy sports medicine and arthroscopy practice at the CHOC Orthopaedic Institute.
concussion rates for children under age 19 who play tackle football have doubled over the last decade, most occurring during practices.
Orthopaedic research at the CHOC Orthopaedic Institute is vital to advancing clinical care. Learn more about our researchers, treatments and programs.
CHOC’s Concussion Program is a leader in treating concussions. Here you’ll find what are concussions symptoms, recovery time, side effects – everything you need to know.
A new HealthDay/Harris Poll finds that vast majorities of Americans say football teams need to do more to protect their players from head injuries.