The doctors at Shoal Creek Foot & Ankle Season are seeing an increase of sports injuries in children. Basketball, cheerleading, and volleyball are sports likely to lead to sprains, broken bones, and other issues. Here are five tips to keep your child in the game this season:
Author: Monica B.
Welcome Dr. Tebbe!
Shoal Creek Foot & Ankle Center is proud to welcome Lucas S. Tebbe, DPM, AACFAS.
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