A stress fracture is a tiny crack in a bone that most commonly occurs in the legs and feet. Most stress fractures are caused by over-training.
Any rib injury should be evaluated by a physician. The most frequent symptom is pain, sometimes accompanied by shortness of breath.
Recognizing a growth plate injury early and treating it appropriately is the best way to minimize damage to the growing bone.
If your doctor diagnoses you or your child with scoliosis, it means he is seeing a side-to-side curve in the spine.
A condition in which one or both of the bones of the hip joint are abnormally shaped, causing them to rub against each other.