Tom Brady Goes Under the Knife
The knee injury heard around the football world has been . While none of the medical staff would confirm it, reports are the surgery on Tom Brady’s knee went well.
Brady had chosen Neal S. ElAttrache, a well-known orthopedist specializing in sports medicine, shoulders, elbows, and knees, to perform the surgery. ElAttrache, through an assistant in his office, said yesterday that he could not comment on the procedure.
While not aware of the specifics of Brady’s procedure, Michael Gordon, team orthopedic physician for the NBA’s Milwaukee Bucks and Marquette University, estimated that the quarterback should expect a recovery time of about 6-8 months, assuming there were no other injuries.
With that, we can expect to see Brady back on the field next season, but will the Patriots window of Super Bowl opportunity still be open?