by Tina Yip
In light of National Pharmacists Month, we’ve asked our pharmacy department for advice on the upcoming flu season. Our pharmacists help promote and provide flu vaccinations to prevent influenza. In … More…
Lauren Piljic, HSS Physical Therapist, discusses and demonstrates low impact exercises: http://hss.edu/onthemove/low-impact-exercises/.
True or False: Treadmill running can be a cause of shin splints. The answer is TRUE. Dr. Marci Goolsby, HSS Sports Medicine Physician, says that “often you run differently on the treadmill as you do outside. Putting a slight incline on the treadmill can make you run with your feet directly underneath you. Often on the treadmill, people take a longer stride, which can affect shin splints.” To read more of Dr. Goolsby’s answers on injury prevention in preparation for the Half Marathon, visit: http://hss.edu/onthemove/half-marathon-training/.