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Ski Season

 Ski season: Getting shipshape for ski season at London’s Bulgari Hotel
 
Telegraph Travel
Most recreational skiers/snowboarders admit they hit the slopes with too little preparation. This fact alone greatly increases risk of injury. Weak and tired muscles make ski injuries more likely. How can we prepare for ski season?
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Most Common Ski Injuries

Knee injuries are the most common ski injury. Typically knee ACL tear. We see recurrent ankle sprain and hip or groin strain from injury second to this most commonly. Low back pain tends to creep in when muscles overworking to keep our bodies balanced, become fatigued.

Ski Preparation is key!

Read about our ski season ski fit programme in the Telegraph luxury Travel edition. 
It’s advisable to follow a dynamic posture strengthening programme for at least two months before ski season. Ski Preparation is key to having an amazing ski season.
Many ski injuries like knee injuries happen at the end of the day when tired. Knee injuries also include meniscal tears and bursitis.

Most Common Ski Injuries

Weak and tired muscles make ski injuries more likely. So most office workers traveling non-stop for business will struggle with the sudden change of pace that skiing will do to the body.

Low back pain and knee pain can be related as we change the way we walk. Our bodies take time to “re-balance” — we can help speed this up for those who need to fly, work, ski some more.

 
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Susannah Makram - Author

Susannah Makram is recognised as one of the leaders in complementary health and functional medicine in the UK, having written for the mainstream press as well as regularly on her own blog.



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