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Avoid Ski Injuries

How to Effectively Avoid Injuries in Skiing

Don’t ski.  Simple, easy and effective.  Best of all, anyone can do it.  For those of us that are aware of this and ski anyway, we may be aware that fitness and good nutrition is how we maintain a high level of focus.  When focus goes down risk goes up.  Skiing is a high risk sport and it is a good strategy to minimize risk in every way possible while maximizing fun.  Is the reward worth the risk?  Only you can answer this.  The way to get in ski shape is to ski.  To get in pre ski shape, do the things you do until your ski season begins.  I bike and skate.  Every year I realize more how important it is to maintain a high level of activity.  Pre sport conditioning is the sport one does before its time to change seasons.  When things go wrong, we work tirelessly to make them right again.  Look at an injury with out ego and figure out how you could have done better that day.  This is one of the ways we develop wisdom.  A couple summers ago I crashed on my mountain bike.  Too much exercise for the amount of food I had ate.  Lost focus almost entirely.  Taught me that I can push my reserves beyond an empty tank.  Also taught me how vulnerable I am in this state to injury.  I have a higher priority in making sure Im nourished now.  When I ski, my mind is conscious of many things.  If i notice my focus start to struggle, I know it is time to figure out if I can continue skiing or is it time to call it a day.  Im not interested in my biggest day ever, or my most this or fastest that.  I ski fast enough for my pleasure and jump as big and as much as seems right on that day.  My goal is to have another fun day without incident.

Golden Retriever Care Vet

What is Animal Chiropractic?

Animal Chiropractic Care is a holistic approach to health care and performance issues of dogs, cats and horses. Animal chiropractic provides an alternative method of care that often complements traditional care available. Used concurrently, many of your dog’s musculoskeletal conditions respond dramatically, and rehabilitation can take place quickly and efficiently. Canine Chiropractic care helps to restore and maintain health and performance, working holistically to eliminate the cause and not just the symptoms of a problem your pet is experiencing. Animal chiropractic for dogs can include treatment for joint pain and soreness, chronic health problems, disk issues, and other ailments your fur baby may be experiencing.

At Mountain Chiropractor Dr. Art Labelle is Certified by the American Chiropractic Veterinary Association.

Dr. LaBelle is a chiropractic physician for both humans and animals, with over 20 years of holistic care experience. Our animal chiropractic practice includes treatment of dogs, cats and horses. Driven by his love for animals, Dr. LaBelle transferred his chiropractic knowledge to animals via the American Chiropractic Veterinary Association (AVCA) program and has an animal chiropractic in Salt Lake City and the Park City Area.

In his human chiropractic practice, LaBelle provides natural health care for families as well as elite athletes. He specializes in applied kinesiology and holistic health care, creating wellness that enables the body to heal itself. LaBelle is widely known in the community for successfully treating tough health care issues. LaBelle treats patients from Utah, as well as several other states.

Scheduling Appointments:

Please contact Dr. Art LaBelle at (435) 640-8227 to schedule an animal chiropractic appointment.