Broken arms on the playground

Broken arms on the playground

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    Broken arms on the playground

    My kid is a bit of a monkey, and no matter how many times I tell him to slow down and take care, he keeps climbing and leaping off things. That's why we are dealing with yet another broken arm from a crazy playground fall. We are becoming quite the experts on managing plaster casts and talking to orthopedists. This blog is all about how children have accidents on the playground, and it has some tips on how to manage common playground injuries like broken bones. I have advice from parents like me as well as from orthopedic staff who see lots of these injuries.