By Gregory Whyte, Mike Loosemore, Clyde Williams
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It is important, however, to recognise which injuries at least potentially can lead to disability. 140 120 100 80 60 Standing height 40 Boys 20 Girls 0 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 Linear growth Linear growth decays exponentially with age, with the most rapid rate of growth being in the first year and the rate slowly reducing until skeletal maturation is reached. This fall is interrupted by the so-called mid growth spurt (not accepted by all observers) and the more important adolescent growth spurt.
Management of angulated fractures ● ● ● ● ● Assessment of the angulation Manipulation and immobilisation with plaster of Paris Open reduction and internal fixation as appropriate Early mobilisation once the fracture has healed Physiotherapy to rehabilitate the limb Buckle and greenstick fractures These types of fracture usually are of no great concern as they heal readily. Immobilisation often is required only to achieve analgesia. They do require a period of rest, however, to allow fracture healing to take place.
The best treatment is rest. It is very difficult, however, for coaches, parents, and young performers to accept this. It requires a very responsible attitude to be adopted. Overuse injuries in children are more likely to affect the skeleton than the soft tissues. It is important to “think bone,” so that problems that affect skeletal growth are not overlooked. The pathological change that occurs is a denaturing of the process of endochondral ossification, such that fragmentation of the bone occurs, followed by revascularisation and healing.
ABC of Sports and Exercise Medicine by Gregory Whyte, Mike Loosemore, Clyde Williams