Episode 256: Why are overuse injuries increasing in youth baseball?

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Why are overuse injuries increasing in youth baseball?

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2 Responses to Episode 256: Why are overuse injuries increasing in youth baseball?

  1. David, Great podcast. Thanks for everything you’re doing to get the word out. All of the stories you hear from out of state are also happening here in SC. I have seen it first hand. The new NFHS rule will force the SC High School League to finally adopt a rule addressing pitch counts and mandatory rest. HOPEFULLY, they will adopt the Pitch Smart Guidelines, http://www.pitchsmart.org , but I fear they will adopt something weaker. I encourage everyone to contact Charlie Wentzky at charlie@schsl.org and urge them to adopt Pitch Smart in SC. It would be great if the SC Orthopedics Assoc would do the same.

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