"Dr. Sandy Noon: Pickleball Enthusiast and Chief of Primary Care"

Pickleball Injuries on the Rise: Expert Advice from Dr. Sandy Noon

As pickleball’s popularity surges in Hawaii and beyond, doctors are noticing a corresponding increase in injuries associated with the sport. Dr. Sandy Noon, a passionate pickleball player and Chief of Primary Care for Hawaii Pacific Health Medical Group, sheds light on common injuries, such as Achilles tears and heat strokes.

Watch her tips below in the video:

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Prevention and Treatment Tips

Dr. Noon shares valuable insights on how to prevent these injuries and what to do if you get hurt. For more expert advice on health and wellness, visit HealthierHawaii.org Stay safe and healthy on the pickleball court!

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