Injury Prevention

Spring Running Injuries
Lunden, Jason
Preventing running injuries.
Bike Fitting, Excel Physical Therapy
Jason Lunden
Fit your bike to avoid injury.
Blood Loss Control
Miller, Sam
Blood control on the ski hill.
Ski Boot Fit, Foot Mechanics
Megan Peach
The benefits of custom orthotics.
Massage Therapy, Running and Cycling
McDonald, Cheryl
Massage for runners and cyclists.
Shoulder Stabilization (start)
Heyliger, Matt
Spring exercises for climbing. 
Cliff drop, Big Sky Resort, Montana skiing, ACL injury
LeGrand, Alex
All about the ACL.
Running, overpronation
Satchell, Dr. Dan
Preventing overpronation.
trail running, running, outdoor athlete
Lundgren, Dr. Randall
Chiropractic care for outdoor athletes
Baughman, Heather
Rolfing therapy explained
Jason Lunden
Aside from protective gear like helmets and wrist guards, proper strength and conditioning is your number-one tool for staying healthy and safe on the slopes this winter. Here are some exercises to get you ready to shred and keep you on the mountain all season long. Read more >>
Dr. Alex Legrand
For many of us Bozemanites, the first snow of the year is a tease, an alluring look ahead to the oncoming season. We daydream about the incredible powder days, and gnarly runs that we weren't quite ready to tackle last year, but feel this year might be the one. Read more >>
Nathan Putnam
There are plenty of things to remember when prepping for a hunt, but hearing protection is often overlooked. Properly fitting, sufficient hearing protection can prevent permanent and irreversible hearing loss. Read more >>
Carson Durr
I’ll be honest—the first time I saw a three-foot foam roller, I didn’t get it. What was this big white tube all about? Ten years later, I believe they are one of the best physical health multitasking tools you can own. (My apologies to Chuck Norris and the Ultimate Gym.) Read more >>
Jamie Bartley
Yoga for athletes.
Jon F. Robinson
Once the ski season gets rolling, I often see skiers and snowboarders (referred to collectively as “skiers” from here on out) complain about pain in their anterior shins. Read more >>
Annalisa Fish
The secret to keeping those small nagging pains from becoming chronic injuries is often early intervention. Here are a few tips for some common pains you may encounter this winter.Knee Pain Read more >>
Deibert, Mark C.
As an orthopedic sports medicine physician, I see patients with knee injuries on a daily basis. Read more >>
Lunden, Jason
As we make the transition from snow to spring runoff, it’s time to get those shoulders in check. The shoulder is the most unstable joint in the body and prone to a variety of injuries, especially if you participate in overhead activities such as kayaking and climbing. Read more >>
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