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5 Ways Women Can Avoid Sports-related Injuries

posted on WED, APR 5 2017 by Center for Diagnostic Imaging

Whether you’re a weekend warrior or go after your game as often as you can, there’s a risk for getting hurt – especially as you age. Should you abandon your routine? Of course not! But there are some things you can do to stay in it without getting injured. Here are 5 tips from doctors and trainers in the know:

At CDI we see a lot of patients who come in with CrossFit-related injuries. If CrossFit is your passion, here are more tips to avoid injury while working out.

About Dr. Georges:
Alexandra Georges, M.D. is a board certified musculoskeletal radiologist at ProSight Radiology Group who reads for St. Luke's Center for Diagnostic Imaging in Missouri. Read her full bio here. 

About Dr. Leifer:
David M. Leifer, M.D. is a board certified abdominal and body imaging radiologist practicing at Methodist Center for Diagnostic Imaging in Texas. Read his full bio here. 

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