Boys outnumber girls (59/41 percent) in breaking bones, with most common fractures in kids being the radius and ulna (long forearm bones), the humerus (upper arm), and tibia and fibula (shin and lateral bones of the lower leg). Check out the infographic for more cool facts.
It’s that time of year again when I’m seeing an abundance of stress fracture cases in the clinic. After the long winter, athletes are eager to get out there and play hard — a little too hard. That’s when stress fractures occur. Today, I had the chance to speak with WAKR host Ray Horner about […]