Vikings: Teddy Bridgewater’s injury could affect mobility, orthopedic expert says

St. Paul Pioneer Press—August 31, 2016

Minnesota Vikings beat reporter Chris Tomasson covers the recent knee injury to quarterback Teddy Bridgewater. He speaks with Robert G. Marx, MD, MSc, FRCSC, sports medicine surgeon at HSS, who did not treat Bridgewater, to learn more about ACL tears and what recovery can look like.

"The first thing (in rehabilitation) is regaining motion and getting swelling down and then working on strength and then resuming some athletic activities, starting with a little hopping and then running and then agility and then return to play,” Dr. Marx said.

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