Kids Protective Eyewear

Which Kids Are Most Likely to Have Sports Eye Injuries?

Sports eye injuries are most likely to occur in kids playing basketball, baseball and participating in cycling according to a study published in JAMA Ophthalmology. adidas nmd Of the 30,000-annual emergency room visits for sports related eye injuries the majority happens to kids under the age of 18. chaussures adidas Basketball and cycling were the two sports most likely to cause eye injuries, while 21 percent of baseball and softball injuries resulted in actual fractures of the bones around the eye, which often require surgery to repair. nike air max 90 timberland soldes Research has shown that wearing sports appropriate protective eyewear can significantly reduce the incidence of sports-related eye injuries. basket nike tn soldes We have witnessed that when appropriate eyewear is available-even if not mandatory-top-performing athletes frequently choose to wear it. nike air max 97 chaussure adidas Wear protective eyewear! The message is clear for sports participants, parents and sports program organizers.

If you or someone you know plays sports recreationally or competitively, take the time to select proper sports protective eyewear to avoid the risk of sports eye injury. Fjällräven Kanken Rucksack nike free Please call The Eye Clinic of Texas, an affiliate of Houston Eye Associates, at 800-423-3937, visit The Eye Clinic of Texas, Google+ or

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