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Youth Athletes Gear Up for Spring Sports.Tips to Prevent Spring Injuries.

More than 100,000 Colorado students participate in interscholastic activities each year, making Colorado’s participation rate one of the highest in the nation, according to the Colorado High School Activities Association (CHSAA). Spring sports are now in full swing across the state, and many student-athletes are eager to jump into the spring sports season.

But according to Dr. Keith Jacobson, foot and ankle expert at Advanced Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Specialists, without proper spring conditioning and a few preventative measures, the spring season is prime time for sports-related injuries. “Statistics show that among the most common types of sport-related injuries in children are ankle sprains, muscle strains, and repetitive motion injuries,” says Dr. Jacobson.

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Bone Spurs

The average person who lives to be 80 years old will walk the equivalent of five times around the world. That’s a lot of steps. So, it’s not surprising that many people develop foot and ankle problems, including bone spurs. Although they can develop on the hands, knees, and spine, they’re

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