Coastal Orthopedics Blog

Why do I need a high school sports physical each year? (Reasons)

A high school sports physical or athletic physical — sometimes called a pre-participation exam (PPE)  assesses whether teenage athletes are in good enough health to practice and compete in sports. Most states in the U.S., including Texas, require some kind of annual sports physical. Here's what athletes and parents need to know.

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What is Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Injury? (Symptoms & Reasons)

If you follow sports, are an athlete yourself, or have an athlete in your life, you've probably heard of anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries. Torn, ruptured, "popped," or "busted" ACLs are fairly common (and often pretty painful). But what is the ACL, exactly — and how do you know for certain if you've damaged yours?

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