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Kids + Sports = Injuries

Dec
12
Thu
Dec 12, 2013
Thursday
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Montage Wellness Center
Marina, CA

Registration Details

Registration Closed.

Registration required by calling (888) 45-CHOMP or (888) 452-4667.
Space is limited.

Description


Kids soccerSports and play can lead to injuries in children and teens. When is it a bruise or pain that will fade away and when is it something more serious? Before your kids hang up the cleats or stow the soccer ball, get expert guidance on common sports-related injuries and the best ways to treat them.

Speaker:
Peter Gerbino, MD, board-certified orthopedic surgeon and fellowship-trained in pediatric sports medicine. Among his athlete-patients: U.S. Figure Skating Team and Monterey Bay Derby Dames roller derby team.

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Contact

(888) 45CHOMP or at 888-452-4667

Schedule & Location

Schedule

Date Time Location
1. Thu, December 12 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM Montage Wellness Center

Location Details

  • Montage Wellness Center
    2920 2nd Avenue
    Marina, CA 93955
    Main: 831-883-5656

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