and his staff at Michigan Hand & Sports Rehab Centers went out of their way
to assure that I received excellent service in a very short timeframe. I broke my
nose on the last day of training camp, right before the first game of Slamball and
I was worried about missing any games.
After I visited my doctor, he instructed me
that the only way I could play Slamball was for me to wear a protective mask.
Jeremy gave me his personal cell phone number and did everything in his power to
make sure that I got a custom made nose guard prior to tip off of the first game.
I was amazed that he overnighted the molding kit for me to make a cast and then
overnighted the actual plastic mask that I used in all the games I played for the
Not only did I get the mask with an extremely quick turnaround, it worked
phenomonally. It was very comfortable to wear and prevented me from having future
injuries. Slamball is a very high-impact sport with a high potential for injury and
I felt safe with the mask that Michigan Hand & Sports Rehab Centers provided me. I
would strongly recommend them to anyone who needs face proctection.
Jeremy Murray is the mask maker
The Oakland Press recently wrote a feature about Murray and the masks that he has made through the years.
Jeremy Murray, certified orthotist and licensed occupational therapist in the Orthotics Department of Michigan Hand and Sports Rehabilitation Centers, is quite busy during the high school and college basketball seasons. Although the department offers a wide array of orthotic services, they are best known for their personalized protective face masks.
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