Young hockey player gets new prosthetic grip

An 11 year old hockey player from Hamilton was struggling with a birth defect that made playing the game difficult. That was until hockey equipment company Bauer and staff at the Ron Joyce Children’s Health Centre teamed up to come up with a way to make playing the game she loves easier. Adam Atkinson introduces us to Eva McCurlie and shows us her new prosthetic grip.


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Dream24 says:

great to hear young players like Eva can pursue the activities they love without limitations