by Erin Carter
Case Manager Lorraine Montuori, LMSW, LCSW, wanted to develop a program in the Kathryn O. and Alan C. Greenberg Center for Skeletal Dysplasias (CSD) where people could see the broader … 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/.