Sources: B's Seguin predisposed to hi...

Sources: B's Seguin predisposed to hip injury

There are 4 comments on the ESPN story from Oct 28, 2011, titled Sources: B's Seguin predisposed to hip injury. In it, ESPN reports that:

Forward Tyler Seguin has been arguably the Bruins' best player so far in what is shaping up to be a breakout season, but looming in the background is a question about his long-term health.

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lemonelle

Falls Church, VA

#1 Nov 2, 2011
Hip injuries among athletes are common and perhaps one of the most famous to have undergone hip replacement surgery is two-time All American star Bo Jackson. Jackson who played both as a football and baseball player had to give up his football career, however, he returned as a baseball player and continued to carve a name for himself. Sports, no matter how clean you play it, will always involved body contact so it is not surprising that athletes get injured. However, with today's advancement in the field of medicine, athletes are provided a chance to resume playing their respective sports. http://www.depuyhipreplacementlawsuit.com
Dara

Chicago, IL

#3 Dec 1, 2011
Sometimes, there is a need for us to move on and live life, if our career is giving us health problems then if you already have enough savings, then its about time that you retire and live life and face what is needed to be done to avoid complications. http://www.depuypinnaclelawsuit.com/
JohnHoward

Kansas City, MO

#4 Mar 17, 2013
An athlete is really vulnerable to injuries with all those body contacts. The best that one may do is to strengthen their body and be fit to endure any pain that they might experience. The hip is the body part mostly injured. Hip replacement surgery might be needed, however, there are complications associated with it. I came across this online resource that offered more information about the complications that hip replacement surgery may bring. Do check this out, http://artificialhipnews.wordpress.com/2013/0...
Amy

Brooklyn, NY

#5 Mar 22, 2013
This can be very dissappointing to the player involved as well as the fans. But these are the risks one must take in engaging in sports. Injuries and repetitive actions have been traced to cause secondary osteoarthritis which may eventually require surgeries. It would be advisable for the younger people to take care of their bodies while young. Learn more about injuries and secondary osteoarthritis in special articles provided by DePuy ASR hip lawsuit information center.

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