Specializing in one sport may seem like a good idea to young athletes hoping to reach the top of their game, but it can also lead to injuries that force players to take time off for recovery. Learning about the health risks can help parents, coaches and young athletes alike make decisions that encourage a diversified, safe sports experience. Dr. Eric Chehab from Illinois Bone and Joint Institute explores what is now being called the “professionalization” of youth sports in this recent interview on Fox News. Watch the interview.
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