Avoiding the Dreaded Knee 'Pop' (NYT)

KneeBinding You're skiing slowly on an intermediate trail and you suddenly slip. You're not out of control – you weren't going that fast – but you are off balance. One arm flails behind your head as you teeter and twist backward until your hips awkwardly sit down on the tails of your skis. Then you hear a loud pop in your knee. (NYT)

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  • The KneeBinding was developed in Vermont and is based in Stowe.
  • Dr. Bryan Huber, quoted in the article, is a member of the Mt. Mansfield Ski Patrol and a principal of Mansfield Orthopaedics.