Expert Finds Soft Tissue Injuries in 100% of Concussion Sufferers
Innovative Canadian Treatment Shows Staggering Decrease in PCS Symptoms
GUELPH, ON —While Sidney Crosby’s health has been a daily drama for sports fans over the past year, fresh hope of his return to hockey’s main stage has surfaced with his new diagnosis of a treatable, soft tissue neck injury. One innovative Canadian physiotherapy clinic is not at all surprised by this new diagnosis, and expects that with appropriate treatment, Crosby should be back in the game quickly.
Terry Moore, a Guelph-based Cardiovascular and Neuromuscular Physiologist states, “While it is unfortunate that it took a year to reach diagnosis, I am pleased that the neurologist in California recognized the soft tissue injury in Sidney Crosby’s upper neck. I hope that he will soon be back in the game. As I have treated concussions for over 15 years, I have found that 100% of the individuals treated do have soft tissue injuries in the neck. I therefore feel that there should always be an assessment of the neck to investigate soft tissue (muscular) components.”