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Upper Body Injuries in Hockey and How to Prevent them

Upper Body Injuries in Hockey and How to Prevent them

Did you know that upper body injuries account for most of the injuries occurred in the sport of hockey? In fact, in a recent study of 1,437 players, it was found that 55% of them suffered injuries to the upper body. The term “upper body injury” in hockey is purposely vague to leave some question as to the exact nature of the injury. This didn’t sit well with the professionals at Pro Stock Hockey, so they created an infographic with tons of information about upper body injuries, how to prevent them, as well as treating them.
For more tips check out their infographic: Upper Body Injuries

Thanks to Adam Rosenbaum for sharing this.

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