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It’s getting to that time of year again in the Rockies. As the snow starts melting trail runners and hikers alike start to venture higher up into the alpine on foot. Although many may have spent the winter ski touring or running the trails closer to valley bottom, the longer pounding descents on feet are…
Rehabilitation following Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Reconstruction is an essential part of a full recovery. The ultimate goal of this rehabilitation program is to restore functional ability and enable you to return to your sport or physical activities, with a reduced risk for additional injury.
Spring is finally here! After the third false spring, it’s safe to say that the snow has stopped, and it’s time to switch gears into running, biking, and hiking season. Now, how can you transition seamlessly between these sports and activities without getting injured?
Dr Laurie Hiemstra, Orthopaedic Surgeon and Director of Research at BSMF, discusses her work facilitating gender diversity, her leadership roles in the Canadian Orthopaedic Association (COA) and her 2022 COA Presidency as the first female leader of the Association.
The name “Tennis Elbow” suggests tennis players are highly prone to this particular injury. While this can be the case due to their wrist bending backwards when they hit the ball, this injury is more common in people who don’t play professional tennis. Any job or sport which requires frequent backward bending or overuse of…