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12 Yr Male – Left Hand Pain - December 12, 2012

Clinical Summary

12 year old male lacrosse player presents to a chiropractic physician complaining of left hand pain.


Clinical History

Poor lacrosse Goalie! (Same patient as in Nov 2012 Case of Month).  First he injures his right hand, now he complains of left hand pain.  Same mechanism of injury - catching a ball with goalie stick. An hand specialist consult was arranged.


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  1. INJURIES IN MEN'S LACROSSE:ORTHOPEDICS JAN.2007 VOL. 30- ISSUE 1 2. YOUTH LACROSSE INJURY BREAKDOWN - JOURNAL OF ATHLETIC TRAINING 2006 OCT-DEC.41(4)441:9 NATIONAL ELECTRONIC INJURY SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM (NEISS)