What’s your summit? Kate’s story
Get inspired by Kate’s personal summit of running a marathon. Featuring Kate Maloney, PT, MPT, OCS – Physical Therapist at Summit who practices out of our Woodlake Clinic in Woodbury. Kate has clinical interests in video analysis of runners and their injuries, soccer athletes, and general orthopedics.
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Ask Dr. Skendzel: When Does Race Training Become Too Much Running?
When you decide to run a race, committing to a training program is critical. But too much training can be as harmful as too little.
Blisters: Avoid Them Or Treat Them Safely
At best, blisters are uncomfortable; at worst, they prevent us from engaging in the activities we love. We have tips to help keep you blister-free, and guidelines to safely treat blisters when they are unavoidable.
Ask Dr. Voight: Why Are Sprinklers Banned On Marathon Routes?
Sprinkler systems may seem like a common-sense way to cool down during a marathon race, but Dr. Voight explains that the superficial coolness provided by a sprinkler can increase the risk of heat illness.