Dual-Arch design effectiveness has separated the Mouth Guard Industry.
The question quickly becomes, why would anyone knowingly use a lesser guard design after understanding the risks, and that Brain-Pad’s Dual-Arch is the ONLY tested and proven impact reducing design available ?
A big thanks to Nancy Drolet for her time with the guys at Brain-Pad Canada’s recent Event –
To get your Canadian player, team or league protected with Dual-arch Brain-Pads here is
Brain-Pad Canada’s website link – www.brainpadcanada.com
To contact Brain-Pad Canada’s point man directly email Victor Theriault and tell him Brain-Pad’s blog sent you – firstname.lastname@example.org
In wrestling, the lower jaw is left wide open for impact damage !
|” I have tried many different upper mouth guards, but I could not breathe at all.
I even tried a custom dental guard, but kept spitting it out during my matches
to get a breath. I have braces and my lips would get cut over and over – All
season long. The Brain-Pad covers all my teeth, has a large breathe space built
in and secures my lower jaw which protects me from jaw hits. I can breathe
great even while clenching. Since using this mouth guard, I have not had 1
mouth injury, cut lip, or chipped tooth – I won’t Wrestle without it ! “.
Benefits when wearing the BRAIN-PAD:
1) Pressure / blows to the jaw & TMJ are greatly reduced ! 2) Clench & Breathe design –
“Out Breathe” your opponent when locked in stalemates ! 3) Covers ALL teeth –
No More Bloody, Cut Lips ! Designed to protect all braces !
4) Cross faces do not stop your breathing ! 5) Chin/Jaw impacts
from your opponent or the mat are reduced !
ALSO GREAT FOR STRENGTH TRAINING !
The helmet-to-helmet shot knocked Tony Dorsett out cold in the second quarter of a 1984 Cowboys-Eagles game, the hardest hit he ever took during his Hall of Fame NFL career.
“It was like a freight train hitting a Volkswagen”, Dorsett says now.
“Did they know it was a concussion?” he asks rhetorically during an interview with The Associated Press. “They thought I was half-dead.”
More than 60 players have been sidelined so far in 2011-12 season
CBC Sports Last Updated: Jan 31, 2012 4:54 PM ET
Pittsburgh Penguins centre Sidney Crosby is checked by a trainer during a game against the Washington Capitals on Dec. 1. Crosby remains sidelined with concussion-like symptoms after playing just eight games earlier this season. (Ann Heisenfelt/Reuters)
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With dozens of players sidelined with concussions this NHL season — including the game’s biggest star, Pittsburgh Penguin Sidney Crosby — concerns have been raised about the future of insuring players against concussions.
At this point in the 2011-12 season, more than 60 players have suffered a concussion and at least 830 man-games have been lost due to head injuries, according to statistics compiled by CBCSports.ca senior hockey writer Tim Wharnsby.