Valdemar Tejada, Wagner High School - Special to the Express-News
Paige Peacock and her cousin Chris Peacock, juniors at Clemens High School, were at their grandparents' house playing the Nintendo Wii in the living room.
In the blue corner, Paige, 16, and in the red corner Chris, 15, were on the last round of an intense boxing match when — POW!
She visited the doctor the next day and found out that her nose was broken.
According to the letter, the treatment consists of ibuprofen for one week as well as complete abstinence from playing the game.
One was from Wii Bowling, where the patient twisted her knee during a fancy bowling move. The injury healed in two weeks.
“I'm not a big fan of the Wii,” Kocurek said. “But it should be pretty good if it gets people off the couch and expends calories.”