after my injury has been a rollercoaster. At first I was certain I
was going to play field hockey again. I thought I have gotten through
this injury what could possibly stop me now. However, as time went on
the motivation to play lessened. The doctor’s weren’t even considering
the question; what if I played again? They told me I would have to wear
a protective mask of some sort every second I was around field hockey
In my experiences with field hockey, not many players wore
protective facial equipment. Therefore if I chose to continue playing I
would be different than everyone else. This idea of a mask made me
nervous to start playing. My mom started to research different types of
masks. She came across Jeremy Murray. It seemed too good to be true
when he said that he has done facial masks before!
After receiving and trying on the masks he made for me I was sure about playing. I tried
out as a freshman at Cabrini College and made the team. The mask has
created more reassurance while I am playing. I am very thankful for
Jeremy’s help and would recommend him to anyone.
Alexandra DeLawrence, Cabrini College
Newcastle United striker comes to MHSRC
I've worked with patients throughout the US and all over the world, but we recently had an opportunity to work with Newcastle United Football Club to help take care of their injured striker, Shola Ameobi.
Team doctor, Paul Catterson, had this to say after the trip-
"A very professional service was provided by both Jeremy and Shellie. This began with initial phone calls and emails right through to the initial consultation and final production. We were made to feel most welcome from the moment we arrived. We were also very impressed by the speed of production and the attention to detail, clearly Jeremy is a perfectionist and this is reflected in the final product. Most importantly the player feels comfortable with the outcome and now has the required confidence to play at the highest level."
Thanks to Shola, Dr. Catterson, and Newcastle United FC for such an amazing opportunity! Read more and follow Shola's return to the pitch at:
Read About It Here