Publisher: Infostudio Inc.
For every ten thousand typical skiers and the equivalent number of snowboarders (each of whom will spend an average of twenty days on the slopes each year), as many as 348 skiers and 710 boarders will sustain serious injuries to the extent of needing medical attention. That’s more than a thousand people! In the case of skiers, most injuries are sustained to the head, shoulders, thumbs, knees, lower legs, and ankles. Boarders tend to injure their heads, shoulders, backs, wrists, and knees. Such injuries are often painful and depressing with long-term effects.Did you know that last season alone, more than 500,000 people were injured skiing and snowboarding in USA and Canada? According to the same study, approximately 80 people will die skiing and snowboarding this year just in the USA and Canada.In this book you will get a description of specific ski injuries with instructions on how to ...