Report: Amendola has torn adductors, may have sports hernia
Summary of 4 articles · Updated Sep 15, 2013
One doctor says that it is a sports hernia injury that requires surgery while the other one says that Amendola does not have a sports hernia. Furthermore, Amendola has received conflicting news from doctors on whether he has a sports hernia, according to the report, which stated he would miss about one month if hernia surgery is required. Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola has torn adductor muscles in his hip and has gotten conflicting reports from doctors as to whether or not he also has a sports hernia, Jay Glazer of Fox Sports is reporting. New England Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola has torn adductor muscles in his hip, according to a report by Fox Sports. Because different tissues may be affected and a traditional hernia may not exist, the medical community prefers the term “athletic pubalgia” to refer to this type of injury. Two weeks after your injury, you may begin to do physical therapy exercises to improve strength and flexibility in your abdominal and inner thigh muscles. Anti-inflammatory medications.
Jay Glazer of Fox NFL insider says Patriots WR Danny Amendola has a sports hernia, tore an abductor. Glazer is reporting if he needs surgery the timetable for his return we will 3 – 6 weeks. The team and Amendola are still deciding a treatment option. D…