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The Stanford Health Video Library programs feature prominent doctors presenting the latest health research. Use these links to jump directly to your topic of interest in videos:

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Sports Medicine

Preventing Skiing and Snowboarding Injuries
You're ready to hit the slopes, but is your body? Dr. Mishra discusses prevention strategies and demonstrates specific exercises you can employ right now to strengthen those muscles that will protect you when you fall.
Speaker: Allan Mishra, MD
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The Runner's Foot
You run to stay fit and healthy, but your feet are taking a beating! We will discuss the most common foot injuries that runners encounter and address ways of preventing and treating many of them.
Speaker: James Ratcliff, DPM
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Too Much of a Good Thing: Running Injuries, Their Prevention and Emerging Treatments
You want to keep running, but you keep having those nagging injuries. What can be done? This program explores the latest innovations in prevention, diagnosis and treatment of running injuries.
Speaker: Michael Fredericson, MD
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