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What I Won’t Let My Kids Do

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What I Won’t Let My Kids Do

For physicians like Mark Mannenbach, trampoline injuries are “what they do in the summertime.” Today’s selected presentation, “What I Won’t Let my Kids Do” is presented by Mayo Clinic pediatrician…
June 12, 2018

What I Won’t Let My Kids Do

For physicians like Mark Mannenbach, trampoline injuries are “what they do in the summertime.” Today’s selected presentation, “What I Won’t Let my Kids Do” is presented by Mayo Clinic pediatrician and pediatric emergency medicine physician, Mark Mannenbach, MD. Dr. Mannenbach discusses the top three sport activities he sees the most injuries from and goes on to offer some potential strategies to mitigate these “far too common” injuries. Topics like these are discussed at the Mayo Clinic Pediatric Days conference. This annual conference provides an interdisciplinary update on the latest strategies for providing timely and effective evidence based diagnosis and management plans for multiple aspects of pediatric and young adult health. This year’s conference will be held in October at Chicago’s Westin Hotel on Michigan Avenue. We invite you to network with your colleagues and Mayo Clinic faculty by registering at http://ce.mayo.edu/pediatricdays2018.

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