When you think winter sports what immediately comes to mind?
Skiing and Snowboarding? Absolutely.
Those are hugely popular recreation sports in the PNW during the winter months and we see a huge uptick in issues related to hitting the slopes.
But we also see a large swing in Wrestling and Basketball injuries as well.
On the latest episode of the Movement is Medicine Show, join the crew to learn how to prevent the most common injuries we see during the winter months.
Tune in on Spotify, Apple Podcasts or any major podcast network.
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