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    Idiopathic toe walking 1645

    Learn why some children walk on their toes and how to help them.

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    Idiopathic toe walking Spanish

    Learn why some children walk on their toes and how to help them.

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    Acromioclavicular joint sprain 3040

    This sheet describes symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment for AC joint shoulder sprains.

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    Activity restrictions after cast removal (Spanish)

    Your child's broken bone is healed and the cast is off. The bone is still weaker than your child's other bones. Learn how to care for your child after the cast is off.

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    Activity restrictions after cast removal 1981

    Your child's broken bone is healed and the cast is off. The bone is still weaker than your child's other bones. Learn how to care for your child after the cast is off.

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    Ankle sprain 3041

    This sheet describes ankle sprains, their symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment.

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    Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tear exercises (Spanish)

    When the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is damaged, therapy may be needed. This sheet shows therapy exercises that focus on motion, building strength and walking.

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    Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tear exercises 1768

    When the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is damaged, therapy may be needed. This sheet shows therapy exercises that focus on motion, building strength and walking.

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    Anterior cruciate ligament injuries (Spanish)

    The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is a major ligament inside of the knee that supports the knee and keeps the knee joint in place. It can be damaged when the knee twists more than it can. Learn more about causes, symptoms and treatment.

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    Anterior cruciate ligament injuries 1762

    The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is a major ligament inside of the knee that supports the knee and keeps the knee joint in place. It can be damaged when the knee twists more than it can. Learn more about causes, symptoms and treatment.

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