By Yeti \ January 20 2015 \ 1 Comment
The University Orthopaedic Center at the University of Utah Health Care knows that your time on the slopes is precious. Most skiers realistically only get a week or two on the snow each winter. Stuart Willick, a Sports Medicine Physician at the University of Utah Health Care, spells out the ingredients needed to keep you on the slopes for as long as possible. Did you know that well-tuned skis and sharp edges actually give you more control on the snow? Plus, Dr Willick also reminds you of the importance of sunscreen, hydration and more.
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