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Pediatric Pars Fractures

According to the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, pediatric pars fractures occur in children involved in “repetitive bending and straightening of the spine.  They are generally self-limited and get better with rest followed by rehabilitation.”  Pars fractures, also called lumbar spondylolysis, can affect 30% of adolescents, especially if they are involved in sports.

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