YOU NEED AN EMERGENCY ACTION PLAN

By Dev K. Mishra, M.D., President, Sideline Sports Doc, Clinical Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Stanford University Key Points: An Emergency Action Plan (EAP) is a key

The Rise Of The Maximalist Running Shoe

Heavily cushioned running shoes have become more popular, after several years in which minimalist shoes were common; The cushioned shoes are a response to discomfort

COVID Effects On The Athlete’s Heart

Athletes who test positive for COVID-19 have a high rate of return to sports, however, a small percentage may have damage to heart muscle tissue.

When Can I Play Again: Tibia Fracture

Tibia fractures are complicated injuries, typically requiring many months of recovery before a return to sports; An “open” fracture, in which the broken bone is

Snowboarding Ankle Injuries: The Snowboarder’s Fracture

Snowboarders tend to get more ankle injuries than skiers, and skiers tend to get more knee injuries than snowboarders; The “snowboarder’s fracture” is unique to

What’s the Best Time to Exercise?

Recent studies show that late afternoon exercise may be more effective for fat loss and metabolic control than early morning; The best time of day

Intermittent Fasting: A Weight Loss Method You Might Not Know About

Intermittent fasting involves eating your food in small time blocks each day, such as 8 to 10 hours; When combined with good food quality, intermittent

How To Hurt Your Knees

When done correctly, dual leg squats, single leg lunges, and plyometrics are excellent exercises; However, if your form is off or you ramp up too

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