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Hockey players get cognitive training from Mayo Clinic staff

Posted by @Margaret_Marie in Physical Therapy & Rehab, Jul 1, 2014

Cognitive training seeks to take what some players come by naturally and teach it to others. Dr. Michael Stuart, co-director of the Mayo Clinic Sports Medicine Center, said athletes can actually improve their ability to anticipate what's going to happen on the ice based on the location of the puck or other players, including "both teammates and opponents."

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