Posted on October 7th, 2011 by
New England defender A.J. Soares will miss the final three games of his rookie season after undergoing surgery to clear up a lingering left ankle complaint, the Revolution announced on Thursday. Noted orthopedic surgeon Dr. George Theodore performed debridement surgery – a minimally invasive arthroscopic procedure that usually uses a camera and special surgical tools to clean up loose pieces of bone and cartilage and repair any damage to the ankle joint, according to the Mayo Clinic – at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston on Thursday to alleviate those concerns.
Major League Soccer, 10/7/11
Tags: Sports Medicine
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