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Published on Oct 12, 2010
Dr. Tom Vangsness is one of the country's top orthopedic surgeons, a favorite professor of orthopedic surgery too at USC's Keck School of Medicine, a team physician to the USC Trojans and team physician to many Los Angeles area high schools. Dr. Vangsness answers good questions posed to him on keeping young people their safest and healthiest as they pursue their youth sports activities. Great tips on how to maintain healthy joints and limbs, how to make sure your child isn't putting too much emphasis on one sport, and how to treat injuries first with ice (rather than heat) to keep inflammation down at the outset. Listen for more.