Donald Sonn is an experienced and highly skilled urologist and surgeon. He currently lives and works in Springfield, Massachusetts. He began his career with the Urology Group of Western New England and is currently still employed there. After finishing college, he attended the Albert Einstein College of Medicine at Yeshiva University and later completed three residency programs at the Long Island Jewish Medical Center.
Medicine is a demanding career and those who aim to succeed often have to put in long hours at the office in order to do so and Donald Sonn is no exception. His work ethic helps him to appreciate the time he gets to spend away from the office in order to relax and spend time with his friends and family. Donald Sonn has many different hobbies including mountain biking, travelling, and volunteer work, but one of his favorite hobbies is skiing.
As you probably know skiing is a winter sport in where skis are used to glide down snowy hills and mountains. Skiing was, historically, a mode of transportation for navigating through icy mountainous terrain, but over the past few hundred years it has evolved into a completive and recreational sport enjoyed by many people throughout the world. Skiing might seem like a difficult or even dangerous sport to get into, but provided you know your limitations, are careful, and maintain your safety equipment it can be enjoyed in relative safety.
For those who are interested in taking up skiing as a sport, it is recommended that they first take lessons with a competent trainer. The reason for this is that, while skiing isn’t as dangerous as it might look, it can still be dangerous for amateurs mainly because they may not know their limits and might take on more than they can chew which can lead to serious injury. Furthermore, even if you aren’t doing anything risky a competent trainer can make your first experience all the more enjoyable since you’ll master the basics a lot quicker with someone to show you the ropes.
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