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  • Learn how to prevent potential repetitive injuries in young athletes

    Anthony Torrez of Mendota gives advice about how to spot potential repetitive injuries in young athletes during his son Elijah Torrez's physical therapy appointment at Valley Children's Hospital in Madera. Repetitive-use injuries are becoming all too common in children and teens, reports show.

Anthony Torrez of Mendota gives advice about how to spot potential repetitive injuries in young athletes during his son Elijah Torrez's physical therapy appointment at Valley Children's Hospital in Madera. Repetitive-use injuries are becoming all too common in children and teens, reports show. Silvia Flores sflores@fresnobee.com
Anthony Torrez of Mendota gives advice about how to spot potential repetitive injuries in young athletes during his son Elijah Torrez's physical therapy appointment at Valley Children's Hospital in Madera. Repetitive-use injuries are becoming all too common in children and teens, reports show. Silvia Flores sflores@fresnobee.com

Too much, too soon: Doctors say young athletes are being worn out

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