Monthly Archives: December 2013

6 Tips to Avoid a Snowboarding Injury.

We had a bunch of fresh powder at Vail and Beaver Creek yesterday, so everyone is breaking out their snowboards.  Here are a few tips on avoiding injury. Snowboarding carries a slightly higher risk of injury than alpine skiing – … Continue reading

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Ask a PT: what is adhesive capsulitis?

“Ask a PT” will be a weekly feature on Fridays in our blog, where we answer questions we get from our clients or posters on this site or our Facebook page.  So if you have a question about some sort … Continue reading

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Exercise of the week: Ski Conditioning Series- Lateral Trunk Stability

Last week, an exercise that emphasized postural control was featured. This week, we are featuring another exercise that emphasizes postural control, but this one emphasizes the lateral trunk (side of the body). You can start this exercise by lying on … Continue reading

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True or False? No Pain No Gain

While our kids are growing rapidly in their pre-teens and teens, their bodies change in many ways.They grow taller, their hips widen, their feet change, and they gain significant weight.All of these changes place new stresses on their musculoskeletal system … Continue reading

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