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Common Hip and Groin Injuries in Hockey

Posted on by Samantha Mindlin, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS

Hip and groin injuries are some of the most common injuries in hockey due to the mechanics of the skating stride and goalie positioning. They are frequently responsible for time lost from play or a decline in performance. In order to minimize the risk of hip and groin injuries, it is important to address hip and core muscle restrictions, imbalances, and stability impairments.

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A Team Approach to Concussion Care for Hockey Players

Posted on by Concussion Team at Athletico

By Andrew Wyman, MS, ATC, ITAT and Kathryn Semlow, PT, DPT, FAAOMPT

It is no secret that the topic of concussions is at the forefront of athletics these days. With the Ice Hockey season already underway at the professional and youth levels, it is important to keep an eye on players following collisions, hits into the boards and impacts on the ice for possible concussions.

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Saying Goodbye to “The Joe” – A Local Perspective

Posted on by Athletico

Joe Louis Arena, which is better known as “The Joe,” has been the home of the Detroit Red Wings since 1979. The Joe is the second oldest arena in the NHL – with only Madison Square Garden being around longer – and has a lot of sports history attached to it. For many, Joe Louis Arena is just as iconic as Wrigley Field, Lambeau Field and Fenway Park.

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Off-Season Training: A Hockey Perspective

Posted on by Steve Chmielewski, PT, DPT, Level 5 USA Hockey Coach

Off-season training for any sport is an important part of an athlete’s development. During the off-season, athletes make gains on their conditioning, endurance, strength, balance and/or speed to compete at a higher level within the sport of their choice.

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AC Sprains and Clavicle Fractures in Ice Hockey: Bio-mechanical perspective

Posted on by Steve Chmielewski, PT, DPT, Level 5 USA Hockey Coach

AC Sprains and other upper body injuries:

Research in the past has identified that approximately 70% of upper extremity injuries in ice hockey occur during games and that approximately 50% of them can be defined as a sprain, strain, or a fracture.3 The most common diagnosed injury of the shoulder in hockey today is a sprain of the Acromioclavicular (AC) joint, or AC Sprains.

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