Monthly Archives: March 2013

Mar
13
2013
Marathon 610x320

In preparation for the NYC Half, New York Road Runners hosted a live chat with physical therapist Michael Silverman on training and injury prevention tips. The following is an excerpt … More…

Mar
11
2013
mother holding baby

Congratulations on your new bundle of joy! Enjoy every moment and smile as your little one will grow up very fast. To encourage your child’s healthy development from birth to … More…

Mar
8
2013
women stretching before exercise

Stress fractures are a common injury, causing athletes to miss time from exercise and competition. Up to 20 percent of runners have had a stress fracture, and they affect women … More…

Mar
7
2013
The southern façade of Grand Central Depot, circa 1880, with a collection of hansoms and horse-drawn jitneys lined up. 
Reprinted from the Collection of the New York Historical Society, negative #47557

This is the first in a series of blog posts celebrating the 150th anniversary of HSS. Throughout the year you’ll hear from varied departmental representatives on the evolution of their … More…

Mar
6
2013

ASK THE EXPERT: PELVIC FRACTURES

by Dr. Allan Inglis Jr.
pelvic fracture

Dr. Allan Inglis Jr., orthopedic surgeon, answers readers’ questions on fractures of the pelvic bone, one of the most serious injuries in his field.   Q1. My friend broke her … More…