It was just this week when it was reported that the stitches from the recent injury of San Francisco 49ers player Michael Crabtree has been removed. It can be recalled that his injury happened last May 22. He got his right Achilles tendon torn as he was running route during the first day of the OTAs of the team.
To have those stitches taken out is certainly Crabtree’s initial step to recover and be able to get back on the field. The popular receiver of the 49ers will miss about six months while going through rehabilitation for his injury. There is a great chance that the player might come back before the end of the regular season comes.
He is also expected to have his Achilles rehabbed after his wounds incurred from surgery have healed completely.
With high hopes that advance technology used in surgeries these days can help Crabtree recover faster, many are having high hopes to have him return by December.
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