An unusual case is presented of an 11-year-old girl presenting for treatment to a semirural private physical therapy practice, not specializing in pediatric care, following an avulsion fracture of the anterior inferior iliac spine. The patient presented initially non–weight-bearing, with little hip movement due to pain. Following treatment, the patient returned to preinjury status including return to full participation in netball. A review of the literature regarding healing and rehabilitation is described. Concepts of neuromuscular retraining were integrated in the rehabilitation program. Recent evidence demonstrates deficiencies in hip and knee control for girls between 11 and 15 years of age. Evidence suggests that these deficiencies may be a precursor to injury and poor outcomes in lower extremity injuries in this patient group.