Easy Tips To Help You Avoid Ski and Snowboard Injuries this Season
Updated: Nov 6, 2019
Winter is here in Colorado and with that comes ski and snowboard season. While we are all blessed to be able to participate in this fantastic pursuit for a good part of the year, it's also the busiest time of year for us from a professional standpoint.
Because of our close proximity to major ski resorts like Vail, Beaver Creek, Copper, and Breckenridge, we deal with skiing and snowboarding injuries on a daily basis. Of course, we are well-trained to do so.
But it also means that our surgeons have a good idea of what it takes to stay out of our office. We want you to enjoy your vacation on the mountain, not have cut it short with an injury.
An Infographic from Dr. Bill Sterett & His Team
Sports Medicine Specialist Dr. Bill Sterett is a foremost expert on this topic. Dr. Sterett has worked closely with athletes from every sport, but he is uniquely positioned to provide advice to skiers and snowboarders, having served as the Head Team Physician for the Women's U.S. Ski Team for over 20 Years.
Dr. Sterett and his team have whipped up an infographic to help you take steps to minimize your chance of injury this winter.
Feel free to download it, and take a look before you head onto the mountain. Keeping his advice in mind will help you to have a fun, injury-free year!
Dr. Sterett has had the honor of being the Head Team Physician for the US Women's Ski Team since 1997. That's 20 years of treating the world's top skiing talent.
Every winter weekend, Dr. Sterett is poised to react to any situation, from emergency midnight calls to emergency surgeries.
Both the locals of Vail and the incredible racers of the U.S. Ski Team know that Dr. Sterett has the experience and knowledge to treat any scenario.