Suffering a fracture can be a scary affair for both child and parents. While it's natural for parents to feel anxious and worried, fractures in kids are actually more common than you think. Watch the video to find out how you should deal with your kid's fractures.
WATCH: A doctor's tips on handling your kid's fractures
Get useful tips on handling your child’s fractures and advice on when you should consider seeing a specialist.
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