Carson Wentz's ACL tear recovery won't look like the average person's

The Philadelphia Inquirer—December 11, 2017

The Philadelphia Inquirer reported that Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz suffered an ACL tear in his left knee.

HSS primary care sports medicine physician Brett G. Toresdahl, MD, who did not treat Wentz, discussed the recovery time for non-athletes with an ACL injury. He noted that most people can return to work in a week, and will not need surgery.

Read the full article at philly.com. This article appeared in the December 12, 2017 print issue.

 

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