Arm Specialist: Sony Should be Ready by UNC

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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