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Monday, April 07, 2008

Colt's Surgery a Success

Dave Reardon talks to Colt Brennan about his surgery today.
Colt Brennan just told us his hip labrum surgery today was successful. He’s in some pain, but that’s normal. He wants to thank his doctors, Marc Philippon and Warren Kramer.

Brennan went to Vail, Colo., for the surgery, and is recovering there.

“I should be able to start working out with my upper body in 10 days. Basically, I can start throwing, stationary, in two weeks if everything goes well,” Brennan said in a phone interview this afternoon. “They say 8 to 12 weeks (for complete recovery), but I can still go to mini-camp (the week after the April 26-27 Draft) and at least put on the gear and do some things.”
And as Brennan tells the Advertiser:
"It went all perfect," Brennan said. "It was awesome."
Great news.

... more from the Warrior Beat:
The rehabilitation period is between eight and 12 weeks. But an hour after the surgery, Brennan pedaled on an exercise bicycle for 20 minutes.

“It was a little sore, but it wasn’t bad,” he said.
Of his surgery, he said: “They saw exactly what was the issue, and they cleaned up everything. The doctor came in and said: ‘I really think you did the right thing. I can guarantee you’ll be better than ever, and you’ll never have to worry about this ever again.’”


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