A Comprehensive Analysis of the Hip in Ice Hockey: Part 3 – The Groin Strain Impostors

There are many core and hip-related injuries that cause groin pain in ice hockey athletes. Although the groin pain is real, a groin strain may not be the primary cause. Here are a few hip pathologies that oftentimes result in groin pain.

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A Comprehensive Analysis of the Hip in Ice Hockey: Part 2 – Hip Injury Epidemiology and the Coveted Groin Strain

If you missed Part 1, you can view it here.

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A Comprehensive Analysis of the Hip in Ice Hockey: Non-Contact Injuries in Sport and the Role of the Hip in Ice Hockey

Sporting injuries can be caused by contact (e.g traumatic) or non-contact (e.g overuse) mechanisms in nature, with contact injuries more often being associated with extrinsic risk factors, which are out of the control of the athlete in a single, identifiable incident [1-5].

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Injury Nutrition

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Proper nutrition can accelerate injury recovery and help maintain lean mass during times of muscle disuse. We review nutritional strategies to get you back into action more quickly.

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