Re: Cry in your own source

by Thomas Miller (Login 5dollafan)

Todd,

I'm not the one doubting Spine and Neck injuries exist in Lacrosse. I'm not the one who needs statistics to tell me my eyes are seeing more and more Neck and Spine injuries. I watch Lacrosse games. I've had discussions in the past with my Chiropractor and Doctors. Those injuries are showing up more and more now. Is it because we are more aware and cautious nowadays when it comes to the Head, Neck and Back areas?, probably? but who knows...

I can agree to disagree..



Thomas Miller
V.P. of Jr "B" Operations
Guelph Regals Junior B Lacrosse
visit us athttp://guelphregalslacrosse.com
Email: guelphregals@hotmail.com
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Posted on Jun 12, 2012, 4:43 PM
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  1. But there are a lot of nick & Spine injury's every year. Tsitshoh, Jun 12, 2012, 5:29 PM
    1. Neck and Head Injuries. Neil, Aug 5, 2013, 7:40 PM