Balance disorders were once considered uncommon in kids, but have gained considerable recognition in recent years. Increased research has shown that the frequency of balance problems in kids is underestimated — kids' symptoms could be misdiagnosed as something else or missed altogether. But resolving kids' balance problems can make a big improvement in their overall quality of life — their ability to play, learn, and feel as happy and healthy as possible.
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