Category: Injuries

Ask the Doc: Elbow Pain By Dr. Vince DiSaia

Ask the Doc: Elbow Pain By Dr. Vince DiSaia

| February 15, 2013 | Reply

By Dr. Vince DiSaia Ask the Doc, is a Boulderng Portal section dedicated to bouldering and climbing injuries, prevention and treatment. We will take a user injury submission and address it’s cause and possible plan for recovery. If you have a tweak, pain or just want to stay healthy send us your submission and we will […]

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Pulley Strain? Ask the Doc By Dr. Vince DiSaia

Pulley Strain? Ask the Doc By Dr. Vince DiSaia

| May 10, 2012 | Reply

By Dr. Vince DiSaia Ask the Doc, is a new Boulderng Portal section dedicated to bouldering and climbing injuries, prevention and treatment. Each month we will take a user injury submission and address it’s cause and possible plan for recovery. If you have a tweak, pain or just want to stay healthy send us your submission […]

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Injuries: The Problem with Lay-off by Dave MacLeod

Injuries: The Problem with Lay-off by Dave MacLeod

| March 18, 2012 | Reply

A traditional approach to a tendon injury such as commonly experienced by climbers is to include an extended lay-off of several weeks or even several months. There are several good reasons to consider a lay-off, and several not to lay-off at all, depending on the circumstances. The basic rationale for lay-off is to allow the […]

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