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man holding ankle with joint pain

Managing joint pain and treatments: Podcast

39 min  ⋅ July 2nd
"A lot of times the patient says, 'I wish I would have done this earlier'"

Running/triathlon training: Podcast

1 min  ⋅ March 14th
Running outdoors and training for a triathlon takes plenty of hard work and commitment to training. In this program, experts from the Sanford Wellness Center, Meghan Glover, personal trainer and Kathy Grady, triathlon coach, discuss helpful tips in training for outdoor running and to start you on the right road to signing up and completing your […]
Donella Herman, M.D., and Kate Higgins, Psy.D. to talk concussions

Concussions and sports medicine: Podcast

2 min  ⋅ February 14th
In the competitive world of athletics, the quest to go faster and jump higher makes athletes perform at a level never-before thought of. At these levels, athletes can be at increased risks for injury and concussions. Sanford Orthopedics & Sports Medicine is one of the largest providers of sports medicine expert care to athletes and teams. Concussions […]
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The science of improving your golf game: Podcast

2 min  ⋅ January 31st
Golf is a game of complex movements, and resulting golf injuries can be very complex to identify. These injuries may keep you from returning to the game and may affect other areas of your life as well. The Sanford POWER Golf Academy is a collaborative program that leverages golf experts with expertise in sports physical […]

Back and neck pain causes and cures: Podcast

2 min  ⋅ October 25th
If your back or neck has caused you pain, you’re not alone. “Research has shown that 70 to 80 percent of us will experience it at some point in our life,” said Tom Boetel, D.O., of the Sanford Spine Center. “One of the challenges of back pain is for a lot of people it is […]
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Athletic trainers: In the background but watching

From weekend warriors to professional athletes, athletic trainers provide insight, guidance and encouragement.
Scott Seiler Scott Seiler 3 min read
Sanford Health is partnering with

Partnership expands Sanford Health’s athletic care to MSU

Sanford Health now handles orthopedics and sports medicine care for 14 colleges.
Avatar Charlie Schuknecht 4 min read
Dr. Rory Farnan getting some winter exercise on the ski slope

Start slowly when beginning winter activities

From the ski slope to the ice fishing pond, there is an activity for everyone.
Pat Miller Pat Miller 10 min read
Sanford Health clinic at Sanford Sports Complex

Sanford Health breaks ground on new clinic at sports complex

Sioux Falls building will also house The Summit League headquarters.
Shawn Neisteadt Shawn Neisteadt 2 min read
Male lifting a tractor tire at the wellness center

Strength and conditioning: Reaching your potential

A complete strength and conditioning workout program includes several components.
SHN Staff SHN Staff 4 min read
Dr. Skogerboe while bird hunting

Bird hunting on land and water can be hazardous

'Nothing will kill a hunting trip quicker than going to the emergency room with a heart attack.'
Pat Miller Pat Miller 12 min read
Photographer Chuck Taylor stands with his camera in a pergola-style shelter made of pink stone.

The big picture: A photographer’s joint replacement journey

Chuck Taylor logged many miles in search of the perfect photograph until knee pain accompanied the click of the camera shutter.
Jenny Rackl Jenny Rackl 6 min read
Sioux Falls marathon runners

Marathon tapering: Tips from a veteran runner

Relentless forward motion with a bit of gratitude will get you to the finish line. And try not to sabotage yourself.
Jacqueline Palfy Jacqueline Palfy 7 min read
man's legs at a construction site

Common foot problems in working people

Your feet shouldn’t hurt. If they do, something is not right.
Jane Heilmann Jane Heilmann 6 min read
A woman running on a highway

Five ways to reduce over-striding

Over-striding is a common running mistake seen in distance runners. This running fault (image 1 below) occurs when an athlete makes contact with the ground too far in front of their center of gravity, which increases shock and decreases performance. Ideal initial contact should occur under a runner’s center of gravity (image 2 below) and […]
Al Kraft Al Kraft 4 min read