Mo Motion—June 12, 2017
"I’ve been doing this (surgery) for eight years now, I’ve done almost a hundred primary repairs, we’re running at well over 90% success rate," said Dr. DiFelice.
When discussing recovery for young athletes after surgery, Dr. DiFelice said "We'll wait nine months to a year almost routinely for these kids to get their muscles back and their sense of proprioception so that they can move better, and they go back too soon. In fact, a lot of the higher level places like here at the Hospital for Special Surgery, we try and have people go back and get a functional movement assessment where we watch you with high speed photography doing cuts and jumps and pivots, to see exactly how normalize your motion is."
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