Conditions seem to be shaping up nicely for this ski season and no doubt, many of you have booked your annual week away on the slopes. However, there is always the nagging feeling in the back of your mind that it may be cut short due to injury. Death is rare and many of us sustain the occasional minor injury, but most of us will have seen someone being stretchered off the mountain from time to time. Anything from sprained thumbs, dislocated shoulders, fractures or head injuries could occur, but the most common of all is the knee, accounting for 25% of all injuries.
Read the rest of Josie McKenlay's article on avoiding ski injuries.
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