Scout.com—July 6, 2016
Scout.com writer, Dean Legge, reports that University of Georgia running back Sony Michel should be ready for the season after fracturing his forearm.
Steve K. Lee, MD, a hand and upper extremity surgeon at Hospital for Special Surgery, comments on this type of injury, "Usually a fracture takes about six weeks to heal. It kind of depends on the severity of the fracture. Generally it is six weeks for bone healing. Then another 4-6 weeks for recovery."
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