Cincinnati Bengals’ Mohamed Sanu Recovering Well From Stress Fracture In Foot
Mohamed Sanu, wide receiver for the Cincinnati Bengals, suffered a stress fracture in his left foot back in November of 2012. He ended up missing the last six games of 2012 due to the stress fracture.
It was a disappointing injury for Sanu and his fans, but now we have some good news. Sanu has apparently been healing well and was cleared to start working out and running again earlier this month. In fact, he has already started working out and running and is quoted on the Bengals’ website as saying that “It’s great. It feels good.”
Hopefully, Sanu will continue to recover well from the injury and will have no further trouble with the stress fracture.
Stress fractures are a common sports injury and need a lot of time and rest to heal properly. Sanu’s stress fracture occurred in fifth metatarsal bone in his foot, which is a common place for stress fractures to occur. They are also commonly seen in the calcaneus, which is the heel bone.
Most stress fractures heal with just rest and immobilization, but sometimes in serious cases stress fractures require surgery.
If you believe you have suffered a stress fracture and would like to set up an appointment with our office, you can contact us at 615-220-8788 or at our toll-free number 888-713-0906. You can also request an appointment online.
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