Spring is here, which means people are getting outside to garden, do yard work, and even exercise. Being inactive during the winter months can increase your risk of getting hurt. The folks from the Hospital for Special Surgery are helping you prevent springtime injuries.
Dr. Brad Waddell and physical therapist Jaime Edelstein stress the importance of easing back into outdoor activities, instead of jumping right into them.
Winter conditioning also contributes to a difficult transition from being stagnant in the winter months, to getting active in the summer months.
For more information, watch the video interview above.