Wellness - Sports/Fitness | 6-12 yrs

How To Manage Sports Injuries In Children

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Sports is one wonderful way for children to improve both their physical as well as mental health. 

Playing sports has many benefits. It teaches children cooperation, a sense of fair play, and a spirit of unity. However, injuries are common in sports.

Sometimes, injuries can be minor but there can be life-threatening injuries as well. With timely intervention and first-aid, you can minimise the risk of damage to your child.

Go through this ClipBook to know how to manage sports injuries in children.

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