The number of kids taking part in sports activities has been increasing rapidly over the last few years which is resulting in a significant rise in the sport injury incidences. Even though there are various advanatges of active participation in sports, such as physical fitness, building up of self-confidence and learning to work in a team, there is always a risk of sports-related injuries. The associated risk of an injury increases by a lack of protective gear during sports activities like hockey, boxing, wrestling, skateboarding, Ice hockey, soccer, snow skiing or snowboarding, bicycling, baseball, softball, basketball. Kids sports injuries are injuries which may either develop as a result of inappropriate practice or training. Head injury, elbow injury and soft-tissue injuries are the most common sport injuries in kids. According to the United State Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 38 Mn adults and children in the U.S. participate in organized sports competitions every year and approximately 2.6 Mn will be treated for injuries related to sports.