Healthy Bones and Your Young Athlete

True North Custom FAQ, News, Safety

GIVING CHILDREN THE space to recover after sports play goes a long way toward protecting their maturing bodies from overuse injuries. Children’s bones are still growing. That means growth plates—the areas of long bones where growth occurs—can complicate injuries that might occur playing sports that involve repetitive arm or leg use, says Jeffrey Reagan, M.D., orthopedic surgeon, Arizona Mountain Orthopedics, who …

Happy, Healthy Halloween

True North Custom FAQ, News, Nutrition

SUGAR IS FLOWING and bedtimes are later than usual. Try these tricks for a healthy, spooky holiday.  To help cut down on the amount of candy your little one consumes, eat a healthy family meal together prior to trick-or-treating.  Candy is the order of the day, but sugar isn’t good for our health. While sugary treats in moderation are OK, make …

Healthy Steps: Child Health Resources for Parents

True North Custom FAQ, Hospital Care, News

Based on a national, evidence-based primary care model designed to enhance a baby’s emotional, intellectual, and physical growth during the first five years of life, Summit Healthcare’s Healthy Steps for Young Children program connects parents with Harvard-trained specialists and a wealth of child health resources and information. The program offers the following services to parents raising babies from birth through …