Category Orthopedics and traumatology

Common back problems in children
Orthopedics and traumatology

Common back problems in children

Back pain in children can be localized to the cervical, thoracic or lumbar level, sometimes radiating to the shoulders and buttocks and only rarely radiating to the extremities. In the vast majority of cases, say 90, no we are able to identify a specific pathology that causes pain, that is when we speak of nonspecific pain.

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Orthopedics and traumatology

Causes of back pain in children

Back pain doesn't just affect older people. Currently, more than 50 percent of children suffer from back pain. Did you know that back pain affects girls more than boys? In this video on our site, the traumatologist from the Kovacks Foundation, Domingo Carretero, tells us about the causes of back pain in boys and what girls do Or rather, what do girls not do to make their back hurt more than boys.
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Orthopedics and traumatology

The great enemies of children's backs

The lack of physical activity, the excessive weight of backpacks and poor posture habits caused in many cases by the lack of adjustment to school furniture, are some of the great enemies of children's backs. Back pain, ranging from annoying pain to scoliosis, is increasing and affects up to 70 percent of children today.
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Orthopedics and traumatology

Bad postures that can cause childhood injuries

Going back to school brings with it the return of habits such as poor posture of children at their desk, in their transport, when carrying their backpack or backpack and when performing school homework. Specialists from the Column Unit of the Nisa Pardo de Aravaca Hospital, affirm that 27 percent of adolescents and 30 percent of young children have back pain during the school season that require medical attention.
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Orthopedics and traumatology

Common back problems in children

Back pain in children can be localized to the cervical, thoracic or lumbar level, sometimes radiating to the shoulders and buttocks and only rarely radiating to the extremities. In the vast majority of cases, say 90, no we are able to identify a specific pathology that causes pain, that is when we speak of nonspecific pain.
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Orthopedics and traumatology

Back pain in children

Walking hunched over or sitting in the wrong posture at the desk in class or doing homework can lead to back injury in children. If you want to teach your children to sit correctly and walk upright, take note of the tips for preventing and treating back pain from Dr.
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Orthopedics and traumatology

Good postures for children's backs

Walking hunched over or sitting in the wrong posture to do homework or study can lead to back injury in children. It is important that children, from an early age, acquire the habit of good posture both standing and sitting. There are sports and other activities that can both strengthen the back and improve posture for children.
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Orthopedics and traumatology

Knee sprain in children

The knee is a powerful joint, bearing the weight of much of the body, and ready to perform a physical activity as rewarding as walking, as hard as climbing hills or as fun as running. But sometimes it can be injured, as in a so-called knee sprain.
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Orthopedics and traumatology

Causes and treatment of back pain in children

Children's backs are a very important part of their bodies. It is very robust and has a special shape that allows the body to remain firm and move. Formerly it was believed that back ailments were very rare among children and young people, but today it is known that this is not the case and that they are frequent, especially from the age of 12.
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