So, my son was at his friends house before baseball season started and I found out that he spent 4+ hours throwing baseballs with his friend. UGH! Well, needless to say he ended up with a sore elbow. Took him in to a sports med doc and they did an x-ray. The Dr. said his growth plate was slightly affected but didn't think it was major. He thought he could start throwing softly as soon as he didn't feel pain. I guess I am still concerned with how long it will take for him to recover? Looking for advice and info on how to best begin throwing again. My son is so disappointed in himself especially since he is the number one pitcher on his travel team and his recreational team only has 10 players including himself. As a mom, I just want to make it go away of course! Thank you for your time and any help is appreciated.
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