More news on Houston Texans’ Jadeveon Clowney recovery

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Suffering a lateral meniscus tear, Jadeveon Clowney of the Houston Texans seems to have recovered extremely well from not one but 2 surgeries.

At first he undergoes an arthroscopic knee surgery in hopes that it would heal properly thus continuing to play but the swelling an pain confirmed that he had articular cartilage damage and needed a second microfracture surgery that involves creating some tiny fractures in the bones that surround the knee in order to increase blood flow to the area which would help the healing of the cartilage.

Let’s not forget that Clowney, now 22 years old, also had a sports hernia in June followed by a concussion in August to finally tear his meniscus in his right knee which resulted in ending his December season.

Using blood flow restriction as part of the therapy, which minimizes muscle deficits, was applied as early therapy and according to Texans team physician, Dr. Walt Lowe, a man this size usually looses up to 4 centimeters of girth around the quadriceps while in recovery, but Clowney lost close to one centimeter.

Seven months later, Jadeveon Clowney is doing fantastic according to Dr.Walt Lowe.

“The real goal in the end is to have him be who he was before he got hurt,” Lowe said.

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