Dr. Lehman: ACL injuries and what they mean

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(KTVI) - Aside from the Rams 30-15 loss in Carolina to the Panthers, the team was dealt another devastating blow.

Quarterback Sam Bradford crumpled into a pile of pain on the sidelines, clutching his left knee.

Dr. Rick Lehman, an orthopedic surgeon from the US Center for Sports Medicine, stopped by to talk about the injury and what it means for the QB.

Lehman discussed the severity of knee injuries, if it will require surgery, and how long Bradford will need to heal.

For more information on Dr. Lehman and the US Center for Sports Medicine, visit: http://uscenterforsportsmedicine.com/

1 Comment

  • Judy Colombo

    Dr. Lehman did surgery on our son for a torn acl when he was in highschool. He is a great surgeon and we are grateful for the job he did.

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