In this column, Dr. Jeffrey Sankoff answers your questions about immune health, COVID, and training.
Medical advice for how to get back to training after the virus, plus a three-time Kona finisher shares his firsthand experience of recovery.
The “pain in the butt” hamstring strain presents difficulties that are different from those posed by lower hamstring strains.
Ramp up your foot control to bring down your shin pain.
Many athletes who depend on grip for their games, including cyclists, are candidates for carpal tunnel syndrome.
That painful, clicking feeling in your shoulder when you swim? It might be a labrum tear.
Ever get a sudden, intense, thunderclap headache during exercise or race? You’re not crazy.
If your muscle soreness is intense and doesn’t begin until 24 to 48 hours after the muscle injury, you may have a serious condition.