by Tara Parks, DPM. “Looking back, my training for the Boston Marathon didn’t begin when my 4-month, intensive, race-focused training plan. It started many years before running in 5K and 10K races like the Bolder Boulder, then moving up to half marathons.”
Tag Archives: sports injury
You certainly don’t have to be an ultramarathon runner to develop persistent neck or back pain and/or muscle spasms. Trigger point and dry needling therapy may help.
By the time we’re 50, our knees have carried us more than 75,000 miles. Most of us don’t give our knees a second thought — until degenerative knee arthritis takes its painful toll and limits our day-to-day activities.
Boulder Medical Center’s “Ask a Doctor” series answers general medical questions that our patients are asking and addresses issues…read more
By Dr. Kristen Geiger Pediatric Sports Medicine Specialist Boulder Medical Center Here is a situation that you may have experienced…read more
by Dr. Ken Kreidl, Ophthalmologist at Boulder Medical Center. April is Women’s Eye Health and Safety Month and I wanted…read more
by Mark Birmingham, DPM Podiatry Specialist at Boulder Medical Center Indoors and outdoors, youth athletes stay active year around in competitive sports,…read more