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  • Bones, Muscles, and Joints for Teens


    Our bones, muscles, and joints form our musculoskeletal system and enable us to do everyday physical activities.

  • Bones, Muscles, and Joints for Parents


    Without bones, muscles, and joints, we couldn't stand, walk, run, or even sit. The musculoskeletal system supports our bodies, protects our organs from injury, and enables movement.

  • The Ponseti Method: Casting Phase for Parents


    The Ponseti method to treat clubfoot is done in two phases – the casting phase gradually moves the foot to the correct position, and the bracing phase makes sure it stays there. Learn about casting.

  • Your Bones for Kids


    Where would you be without your bones? Learn more about the skeletal system in this article for kids.

  • Arthritis for Kids


    Kids can get a kind of arthritis that causes joint pain. Find out more in this article for kids.

  • The Ponseti Method: Bracing Phase for Parents


    The Ponseti method to treat clubfoot is done in two phases – the casting phase gradually moves the foot to the correct position, and the bracing phase makes sure it stays there. Learn about bracing.

  • Can I Get My Medical Records if a Doctor Moves Away? for Teens


    If your doctor moves, can you ask for a copy of your medical records? Find out what the experts have to say.

  • Classroom Exercise Breaks for Elementary Students for Parents


    Elementary school teachers can incorporate physical activity breaks into daily classroom routines to help improve test scores and student behavior. This article is for educators.

  • Moving to Middle School for Kids


    You're moving on up - to middle school. But what will it be like?

  • Movement, Coordination, and Your 1- to 2-Year-Old for Parents


    Most toddlers this age are walking and gaining even more control over their hands and fingers. Give your child lots of fun (and safe) things to do to encourage this development.