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Terry Kane

Registered Physiotherapist, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

  • Former Physiotherapist, Calgary Flames
  • Former Physiotherapist, Canadian Men’s Olympic Ice Hockey Team
  • Former Injury Analysis Consultant, National Hockey League Injury Surveillance Committee

There are serious consequences caused by delayed, inappropriate or insufficient treatment of hockey injuries.

Without convenient access to an sports medicine physician, experienced sports physiotherapist or certified athletic therapist, even the smallest injury can result in the end of a season or career for a hockey player.

It has been suggested that for every concussion that a child reports, they may have had up to eleven prior concussions that they didn’t report. If you’re in doubt about any injury your child has sustained, keep them out.

Prompt action is the solution and that’s why I encourage seeing a sports medicine physician, experienced sports physiotherapist or certified athletic therapist as soon as possible and-  equally as important – before returning to play.

 

About Terry Kane

  • A graduate of the University of Toronto, Terry is one of Canada’s most experienced orthopaedic physiotherapists with over 35 years of clinical experience working with some of the top orthopaedic surgeons, sports medicine physicians and chronic pain specialists in Canada and the United States.
  • As former Canadian Olympic Hockey Team and Calgary Flames physiotherapist, Terry has diagnosed and designed evidence-based rehab programs for thousands of patients, including over 500 Olympic and professional athletes.
  • Terry has also served as an Injury Data Analyst for the National Hockey League’s Injury Analysis Panel and is the founder of Canada’s National Orthopaedic Network OrthopaedicsCanada.com
  • In addition, Terry has worked at the University of Calgary Sports Medicine Centre, the Calgary Chronic Pain Centre, provided primary care physiotherapy services for Calgary West Central Primary Care Network as well as served as an editorial peer reviewer for the Physician and SportsMedicine,  the Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine and Pain Research and Management Journal.
  • Outside of clinical care, Terry has written and lectured on sports-injuries, chronic pain and exercise-based rehabilitation locally for the University of Calgary Department of Continuing Medical Education and Department of Orthopaedics as well as international fitness conferences in Canada, United States, China, Australia, United Kingdom, Germany, and Thailand.

 

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