Played with the help of an ancient stick, this game played out on ice was first developed on the frozen Northern Great Lakes and has become more democratic today. Hockey is not limited to the ice, and can also be practiced on the grass and even in the gym. Okay, so it is not the same name, but the principles remain the same. With changes of direction, slips, falls, shocks, trauma, you shouldn’t be afraid to get hurt when playing hockey.

The knee

At the forefront of the injuries is often the knee. If a mild sprain is detected, such as impairment of medial collateral ligament, the Hinged Knee Skin brace has demonstrated the best efficacy-lightness-support. It helps the healing along the anatomical axis of injured ligaments thanks to lateral reinforcements throughout the period prescribed by your physician. Its implementation is easy even if the joint is painful and it can not be easily bent. In addition, this splint is useful in the return to your favorite sport after injury. In the case of serious breaches, such as the rupture of the anterior cruciate ligament and a dislocated kneecap, your physician may prescribe a Long Bracewear articulated with lateral reinforcement, which can limit the movement of the joint (after surgery, for example). Again, its implementation is easy even if you with pain or swollen joints.


Less frequent than in other sports, tendonitis of the elbow can also occur in hockey. A cane that is too heavy, has too large a grip or not enough grip, can cause an overload of the elbow and tendinitis similar to that seen in other sports. A consultation with your physician will probably reveal that it is not just golfers or tennis players who may be prone to this problem, but also hockey. In any case your physician will not fail to recommend the Tennis Elbow Band with silicone pads. This support bandage will bring you the relief you are looking for in your everyday activities. You could also be informed that this product may not be effective for everyone, but nothing ventured nothing gained!

After injury

And like any traumatic event or in case of joint pain, cold pack bandages can be used to give comfort to your aching joints after an accident (shock, sprains) or in the case of tendonitis, for example. With its easy application, ease of use, and a unique gel that does not harden even when frozen it offers optimal application to the injured joint. The cold action relieves pain and allows for better mobilization of the joint. Even for the hockey players who spend their whole time on the ice ...

Who was it that had this crazy idea to let sane people play on the surface that is so slippery? It’s not surprising at all that injuries are made.