The Hip in Ice Hockey Part 5: How to Design the Optimal Hip Screening Protocol and Identify At-Risk Athletes

Designing and implementing testing and monitoring procedures to identify athletes who are at increased risk for suffering hip-related pathology is crucial for sustained, high-level, ice hockey performance.

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Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Tears in the NFL: Lateral Movement is the Likely Culprit

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Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Tears in the NFL: The Majority are Not Caused By Contact

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Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Tears in the NFL: Beware of the Pre-Season, the Most Dangerous Time of Year

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The Hip in Ice Hockey Part 4: The Cost of Injury

Having healthy hips is an integral facet of sustained, high-level ice hockey performance. Due to their heavy use in the sport, they are frequently injured. The financial, performance, and time-loss costs can be extremely burdensome.

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Earlier Time to Aerobic Exercise is Associated with Faster Recovery Following Acute Sport Concussion

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