A recent publication from the Arthroscopy Association of Canada (AAC), that includes Banff Sport Medicine’s Dr Michaela Kopka, reviews the existing guidelines on the use of exercise as a treatment for knee osteoarthritis.
Valgus isn’t a word you’ll hear underneath the chair lifts or in the maze awaiting the gondola. But when you see it happen in a ski or snowboard crash, you’ll know by the unsettling visceral response your body shutters. Someone’s day just went valgus.
Banff Sport Medicine Physician, Dr Andy Reed, discusses simple things we can do to help prevent frailty as we age. Take a read and make sure to incorporate at least one of these into your daily routines!
Aging is an unavoidable process that we collectively experience. The average patient seeking treatment from Banff Sport Medicine Physician, Dr Andy Reed, is aged a little over 50.
A few minutes is all it takes to start off your day with this simple On Hill Warm Up.
The surgeons at Banff Sport Medicine recommend an exercise program or ‘pre-habilitation’ (prehab) prior to surgery. Research shows that regaining the strength and movement in your injured limb before surgery will improve your recovery.