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Supposing you have slipped capital femoral epiphysis, would you still be able to play soccer?

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Dr. Gerald Mandell
Nuclear Medicine

In brief: Depends

If no complication such as leg length discrepancy, avascular necrosis, may be able to play soccer. You should ask orthopod doing surgery for limitations and restrictions.

In brief: Depends

If no complication such as leg length discrepancy, avascular necrosis, may be able to play soccer. You should ask orthopod doing surgery for limitations and restrictions.
Dr. Gerald Mandell
Dr. Gerald Mandell
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Dr. Robert Kent
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine

In brief: With the slip or

After correction? While you have the scfe, it would be painful to play with it but, surprisingly, not unheard of.
After correction, yes, someone could play soccer after it is corrected and heals.

In brief: With the slip or

After correction? While you have the scfe, it would be painful to play with it but, surprisingly, not unheard of.
After correction, yes, someone could play soccer after it is corrected and heals.
Dr. Robert Kent
Dr. Robert Kent
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