This Awesome Physical Therapist Is Making Breaking A Leg A Little Less Awful For Kids

Such a sweet gesture.

Breaking your leg sucks, but it sucks even more when you're a kid. 

Kids are more injury prone than adults because their bones, muscles, and ligaments are still growing. That leaves them susceptible to breaks, which is the worst when all you want to do is run around with your friends. 

Pediatric physical therapist Amanda Hall is trying to make it a little easier on kids who break limbs. The PT, based in Washington, D.C., has been taking the time to make creative casts for the kids she sees. She adds fun designs and even tries to replicate shoes the child would wear. 

"I first started when a tiny baby girl I was working with needed splints, and all I had was beige casting material small enough for her. I styled them as UGG boots to take advantage of the color. Her mom was so proud to put them on her," Hall told MTV News. "So, ever since, I've been trying to up my game. If it's cute and will excite my kids, I try and make it work."

She shares some of her casts on her Instagram

You can check some of them out below:

1. A Spiderman cast to go with his spiderman sneaker.

2. A cast styled to look like Yeezy Boost 350 Moonrocks.

3. A pink cast perfect for a Hello Kitty enthusiast.

4. DC splints in two different colors.

5. The perfect fit for a Minecraft fan.

6. For the kids who just want to wear their Docs.

7. And, those baby ugg "boots."

(H/T: Elite Daily