The game of Lacrosse is a full contact sport in which the athlete’s body is severely challenged to perform. With many sudden starts and stops, a lot of overhead activity, and of course, checking throughout the game, there is always the risk of injury. This risk can be increased if athletes do not follow a healthy program.
At Wellington Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine, we understand this and have put together a short video series for any Lacrosse player to review and reduce their risk of injury and perhaps even improve their game.
In these videos, athletic trainer Chris Giordullo from our Anderson Office demonstrates a few techniques that can be utilized in a healthy program for knee, hip, hand & wrist, and ankle.
Hand and Wrist