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Why should you go for a Paediatric Sports Injury Second Opinion?

The development and growth of your child's bones and muscles highly varies from that of an adult. It is estimated that out of the 45 million children participating in organizing sports, 3.5 million receive medical treatment for paediatric sports injuries each year.

Children are not merely young adults, as medical professionals are repeatedly taught in their training. This piece of information is highly relevant when it comes to the athletic population. The same mechanism of damage that causes disease in an adult may cause pathology in a child. Knowing these distinctions is critical for effectively and efficiently treating juvenile sports injuries and minimizing time away from action. A dislocated wrist or an injured elbow can pose serious threats in the future if not diagnosed properly. That is why your child’s injuries should not be taken lightly.

There are multiple scans and imaging techniques used to diagnose major or minor injuries in children. Scans like X-rays, MRIs, CT scans and USG are essential to identify their injuries. Unfortunately, on many occasions, these scans can be misread or incorrectly analyzed by your primary doctor. So a second opinion on your child’s scans is always recommended. You can contact our Paediatric Sports Injury expert for the analysis of such scans.

At Radiologycheck.com, our second opinion encompasses all paediatric sports injury scans including:

CT Scan

Why is it necessary to go for a Second Opinion?

Why is it necessary to go for a Second Opinion?

Any disease diagnosis has the potential to change our lives. Nearly all of us become overwhelmed in such circumstances. However, being aware of the possibilities may enable you to make more assured choices. Many people seek a second opinion from a radiologist in order to feel at ease and in charge of their lives.

How a second opinion can benefit you:

It confirms the accuracy of your diagnosis.
You get a better understanding of your condition.
You have the option of choosing the best way forward.
You get peace of mind.
You can make a confident decision.

Our experts give second opinions for all paediatric sports injuries and conditions, including:

Little League Elbow and Shoulder
Trauma: General
Trauma: Upper Extremity
Trauma: Lower Extremity
Abnormalities of Hip
Ankle Sprain
Acute Tear of the Cruciate Ligaments, Meniscal tears, and stabilizing ligaments
Muscle-Tendon InjuriesGymnast Wrist
Bone Lesions
Constitutional Disorders of Bone
Stress Fractures
Torn Rotator Cuff
Congenital Anomalies
Osteochondritis Dissecans of the Talus, Knee and Dissecans
Osgood-Schlatter Disease
Sinding-Larsen-Johansson Disease
Infection and Inflammatory Disorders
Dislocations (Glenohumeral, Elbow, Patella)
Pelvic Apophysis
Soft Tissue Masses