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  • Broken Collarbone (Clavicle Fracture) for Teens


    A broken collarbone is one of the most common types of broken bones. Find out how it can happen - and how to treat and avoid fractures.

  • Comminuted Fractures for Parents


    A comminuted fracture is a type of broken bone. The bone is broken into more than two pieces.

  • Greenstick Fractures for Teens


    A greenstick fracture is a type of broken bone. The bone cracks on one side only, not all the way through the bone.

  • Splints for Teens


    A splint is a support device that keeps an injured area from moving. Doctors often use splints to hold bones and joints in place so they can heal after a fracture.

  • Splints for Kids


    A splint is a support device that keeps an injured area from moving. Doctors often use splints to hold bones and joints in place so they can heal after a break.

  • Broken Collarbone (Clavicle Fracture) for Parents


    Learn about broken collarbones (or clavicle fractures), a common sports injury in kids.

  • Greenstick Fractures for Parents


    A greenstick fracture is a type of broken bone. The bone cracks on one side only, not all the way through the bone.

  • Buckle Fractures for Parents


    A buckle or torus fracture is a type of broken bone. One side of the bone bends, raising a little buckle, without breaking the other side of the bone.

  • Splints for Parents


    A splint is a support device that keeps an injured area from moving. Doctors often use splints to hold bones and joints in place so they can heal after a fracture.

  • Bones, Muscles & Joints for Teens


    This section has information on conditions like scoliosis and injuries like ACL tears and broken bones.

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