Rick Lehman is a St. Louis-based orthopedic surgeon who has worked with Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods, Cam Newton Jersey, and many more.

He has the lengthy Wikipedia page to prove it.
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Lehman told local radio he thinks Porter should be able to return this season (it’s worth noting he is not treating him). He expounded on it in an interview to the Missouri student newspaper.

Most single-level decompression (back surgeries) take six to eight weeks to recover, Lehman said. The thought that he’d miss the whole season 锟斤拷 in my opinion 锟斤拷 is probably not realistic. Everyone is going to cheat on the long side a little bit and say it’s going to take a little longer just in case things do.
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Peyton Manning recovered from a herniated disk in his neck (considered more serious than in the back) and still returned to win the Super Bowl in Denver. Tennis’ Andy Murray and former Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo also had the procedure.

There’s always a chance back pain can become chronic following a microdiscectomy. It’s possible Porter could have some lingering stiffness that limits his lateral quickness and flexibility. It’s something NBA teams will have to weigh heavily before pulling the trigger on Porter as a likely top-five pick in June’s draft.

Rayshawn Jenkins Kids Jersey There’s still no way of knowing if Porter will be able to play this season. Missouri is off to a promising 8-2 start and his younger brother Jontay Porter is turning into a star in his own right. If Porter can come back and still be effective, Mizzou’s NCAA Tournament chances just got a lot more interesting.

The truth is that Porter has bigger things in front of him. He’s going to be a top pick in the draft and has to value his future over his present. But if Porter can return this season, the Tigers would love to have him.

The Padres are clearly working toward contending again. If the Hosmer signing itself Evan Longoria Youth jersey doesn’t tell you that, how they structured the deal should. It is massively front-loaded, with Hosmer being paid $20 million for the first five years and then $13 million for the last three. He gets full no-trade for three years, limited no-trade for another two, and after that he gains 10-and-5 rights.

If the Padres weren’t looking to spend a lot more in the future, perhaps even up to the luxury tax threshold, why would they front-load the deal like that? Plus, those two years of limited no-trade protection give them options to get out of the deal if it’s not working, with the promise that Hosmer’s salary will be decreasing dramatically at some point.

That’s a crappy situation for Hosmer because if they trade him, he gets no 10-and-5 rights. But maybe the money is worth it. And in an offseason when we’ve been criticizing teams for not spending money, the Padres 锟斤拷 the Padres! 锟斤拷 have made a significant investment, even if it’s not the most player-friendly contract.

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