Story by: Norton Healthcare on January 17, 2017
Ryan Krupp, M.D., orthopaedic and sports medicine specialist with Norton Orthopaedic Care, recently discussed elbow and shoulder injuries in young athletes who play baseball.
Although baseball is not a contact sport, serious and sometimes long-term injuries can occur, particularly in younger players. Occurring most often in pitchers, little league elbow and little league shoulder can mean the end of a young player’s sports season or, in some cases, their sports career if left untreated.
Fortunately, there are several ways to prevent these injuries. Watch this video to learn how:
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