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Developmental Readiness and Sports Success

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    Is the child uncoordinated and not likely to be good at baseball?  Or, might he just be developmentally unable to evaluate a moving object coming at him and catch it in mid air? Our guest, Dr. Paul Stricker, board certified in both pediatrics and sports medicine and author of the recent book, Sports Success RX tells host Dr. Bill Rutenberg that a combination of physical, emotional and chemical milestones will indicate if a child has the ability to be successful at a particular sport or activity. Pediatricians can help make parents aware of these milestones and use them to guide their children towards positive sport experiences.

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    Is the child uncoordinated and not likely to be good at baseball?  Or, might he just be developmentally unable to evaluate a moving object coming at him and catch it in mid air? Our guest, Dr. Paul Stricker, board certified in both pediatrics and sports medicine and author of the recent book, Sports Success RX tells host Dr. Bill Rutenberg that a combination of physical, emotional and chemical milestones will indicate if a child has the ability to be successful at a particular sport or activity. Pediatricians can help make parents aware of these milestones and use them to guide their children towards positive sport experiences.

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