most protective gloves?
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10-07-2013, 10:04 AM
Join Date: Nov 2007
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I recently broke my arm near the wrist, and it was a really bad compound fracture, so now I have metal plates in my arm.
I can't get on the ice for a while, but I'm wondering if when I do
I should invest in a pair of really good, protective gloves. Would they make a difference? And if so, any you'd recommend?
Let the complete healing process take place, followed by the appropriate rehab. During the rehab process discuss the question of playing hockey with your doctor and physiotherapist or sports therapist.
These medical professionals will know all the details of your injury, how it healed and the risks you face. They will guide you through rehab, evaluate your needs to play hockey again and suggest the best protective equipment and accessories.
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