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Running Right This Spring to Avoid Common Injuries
Date:4/20/2013

Danbury, CT (PRWEB) April 20, 2013

Dr. Ross Henshaw, a fellowship-trained knee, hip and shoulder orthopedic surgeon, specializes in Sports Medicine at Danbury Orthopedics. He is also Chief of the Orthopedic Section at Danbury Hospital. Dr. Henshaw treats athletes of all ages and levels – from the recreational to the professional.

As any runner will tell you, this simple sport is one of the most rewarding and convenient exercise activities. It’s a wonderfully efficient way to improve your health, except when it produces chronic, nagging injuries. So what’s the best way to safely enjoy a running program? Start smart, with a progressive training schedule that gradually builds the intensity and duration of your workouts.

What the Pros Say
Typically, a running coach or trainer will recommend increasing distances no more than 10% a week. If you have never been a runner, seek advice from friends, trainers or your local athletic store. There are also great resources on line and in print. But if you have an underlying health condition or are new to exercise, make your first step a consultation with your physician to be sure it’s OK to start running. Orthopedically, running is a safe exercise for most people but there are exceptions, even among athletes. So if you have a history of orthopedic injury or joint pains, particularly those involving the legs or spine, seek the advice of an orthopedic surgeon.

While any form of exercise can cause or aggravate a preexisting injury, endurance sports generate typical injury patterns. Endurance sports by definition involve prolonged repet
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