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UC Health orthopaedic surgeon says it all depends
COVID-19 affects everyone differently. There are general guidelines for when it’s safe to start exercising again, but it’s all very dependent on symptoms.
UC Health orthopaedic surgeon and sports medicine expert Brian Grawe, MD, weighs in our when it’s safe to workout with regard to COVID-19 illness and recovery. The article provides expert advice and tips to resume activity, advising that it’s critical to constantly monitor how you feel as you resume high-intensity activities, whether it be your workouts or any organized sports.
Featured image at top of Brian Grawe, MD, examining a patient's knee. Photo/Colleen Kelley/UC Creative + Brand.
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