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We've been cool couple winter and now.
-- days here everyone wants to erupt for summer.
But before you hit the gym to -- -- -- set -- doctor Adam Cohen says Sprague is the season when most injuries occur.
We see the acute injury.
That is the acute traumatic event that happens for example ankle sprain doubtful at this location.
And then there's another category -- basically overuse type injuries tennis elbow Achilles tendinitis runners -- swimmer -- there.
The main reason let patients getting your -- in the spring is because they overdo it.
When you return from an activity.
There's often the -- to catch up to do too much.
And the balance of tissue breakdown and tissue building up.
Becomes imbalanced the result is that oftentimes there are these overuse injuries you have to.
Take things slowly we use the what we call -- 10% -- orthopedic that is.
When you're going back to your activities only increase the activity 10%.
All the things they can't prevent injuries.
-- -- to get your muscles moving and your blood flowing.
Stay hydrated you're an exercise.
If you break a sweat maintained that hydration for the next -- -- problems.
Also cool down.
Simply ease up on the intensity of the workout before you called it a day and if you feel like -- -- yourself take time to rest and heal.
Something 52 year old -- -- -- learned the hard way.
After -- that rotator cuff in his left shoulder last summer he kept playing frisbee and working out well I'm stubborn.
I think I can handle it you know I figure -- his shoulder pain it's not -- big deal -- ended up getting certainly did we -- shoulder.
But -- because says by listening to this spring training advice and frightening -- -- levels of activity all -- round.
You can jump right back to.
Without having to worry about serious injuries -- long term -- up -- Fox News.
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