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ID 27912
  Title Interval return to play for a wrist fracture in a hockey player: A case report
Journal J Can Chiropr Assoc. 2023 Dec;67(3):287-294
Peer Review Yes
Publication Type Case Report

Distal radius fractures are a common sports injury, often managed with reduction, immobilization, and rehabilitation. However, structured sport specific return to play protocols have yet to be developed, specifically within hockey. This case report reviews the various factors to consider when managing an athlete's recovery from a radius fracture, and objective measures to aid with return to play decision making when managing a hockey player.

Author keywords: radius; fracture; return to play; hockey; athlete; chiropractic; rehabilitation

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Les fractures du radius distal sont des blessures sportives courantes, souvent traitées par réduction, immobilisation et rééducation. Cependant, des protocoles de retour au jeu structurés et spécifiques au sport n’ont pas encore été mis au point, en particulier pour le hockey. Ce rapport de cas examine les différents facteurs à considérer lors de la gestion de la récupération d’un athlète après une fracture du radius, et les mesures objectives visant à faciliter la prise de décision concernant le retour au jeu lors de la gestion d’un joueur de hockey.

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