Groin Strains in Hockey Players

Groin Strains in Hockey Players

Did you know that hockey players, specifically goalies, commonly experience groin strains?

Check out our comprehensive series covering groin/adductor strains in hockey players, specifically goalies!

This injury is commonly found in hockey players, especially hockey goalies, give the nature of the positions they are in and the need to activate and control these muscles.

When hockey goalies quickly drop down or shift from side to side, they place a large amount of stress on the tissues on the medial thigh, mainly the adductor muscle group.

This series will bring you through the risk factors, exercises to build resiliency and reduce injury risk, and Rehabilitation phases/exercises.

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Guest Engineer: Tyler Denn-Thiele, PT, DPT, CSCS

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