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Keeping ski injuries on the down slope



Keeping ski injuries on the down slope



Physician & Sportsmedicine 19(2): 120-123



Advances in equipment continue to reduce most injuries, but some injuries are on the up slope. Helping patients recognize the causes may be the key to prevention.

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DOI: 10.1080/00913847.1991.11702150


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