Knee MCL Injuries in Hockey

Knee MCL Injuries in Hockey

The medial collateral ligament in the knee or MCL was the second most common injury in NCAA hockey in 2013 as stated by Grant, Bedi, Kurz, Bancroft & Miller. The study showed that only concussions had a higher injury rate in male collegiate players. The MCL is one...
Shoulder Injuries in Hockey

Shoulder Injuries in Hockey

At our sports performance and rehabilitation facilities, we see many hockey athletes with injuries to their shoulders. This is not surprising due to the speed and the physical nature of the sport. Injuries can vary from simple muscle strains to full joint...
Dealing With Injuries During Hockey Season

Dealing With Injuries During Hockey Season

Let’s just say you did everything right in the off-season. You stayed off your skates and recovered from last season’s injuries. You put in good work in the gym and got bigger, faster, and stronger.   You felt great getting back on the ice as you practiced for...
Final Phase of the Hockey Off Season

Final Phase of the Hockey Off Season

The beginning of the hockey season is just weeks away. Several camps are going on and the demand for the players to be on the ice is increasing. So, the work we do in the gym changes as we enter this final phase of the off-season.   To recap, the first phase of...