The Association takes a lead role in ensuring that all those that are involved in Ice Hockey have access to the latest information regarding injury prevention and all adhere to the latest medical procedures that have been put in place to protect the welfare of all those involved in the sport.
This web page is designed to provide you with the latest medical care details, download standardised forms for your use in the game and also provide a channel for those involved in rink side First Aid, injury treatment and rehabilitation to get together and improve the standard of care for our players.
The goal for the Association which conforms with IIHF is to create a safe and healthy environment for the operation of our sport.
From the start of 2008-2009 new medical procedures have been put in place to improve the level of care on offer to our players and there is a new structure in place to enable you to receive help.
Kate Cady DIP ST BSc (Hons) PGCHE MSc MSST
Kate qualified with degree in Sports Therapy in 1999 and has worked in Ice Hockey for the last 10 years. As a senior lecturer at The University of Gloucestershire she is involved in running the degree in Sports Therapy. Also qualified with a Masters degree in Sport and Exercise Medicine Kate works in professional football heading up the youth medical set up for a first division football club and currenlty works in the EPL and is sports therapist for the England under 16's Ice Hockey Team.