How to Help Your Kids Avoid Injuries from Year-Round Sports

On a soccer field in suburban St. Louis, we found Riley practicing drills. Most days of the week she’s on the soccer field, and she doesn’t take a break winter, spring, summer or fall. Like many kids these days, Riley and her mom know that keeping a competitive edge takes continuous practice. So if you have a child who plays the same sport all year long, how can you help protect them from getting hurt? RAYUS musculoskeletal radiologist Dr. Alex Georges has seen a lot of injuries and has athletic kids at home. In this video, she gives practical advice on keeping your kids in the game: