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  1. DaBruinz

    DaBruinz Pats, B's, Sox PatsFans.com Supporter

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    #50 Jersey

    Is it still Dr. Bert Zarins (sp?) I actually had him do an orthopedic consult on my knee after my 1st surgery to see if I needed a 2nd one and when I met Vinent Brown.

    However, that is neither here nor there. Whomever is the Pats orthopedic surgeon is whom we should have an issue with. He is the one who didn't fully diagnose Law's ankle injury last year and who is responsible for whatever happened to Matt Light's leg needing a 2nd surgery.
     
  2. CTPatsFan

    CTPatsFan Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

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    Dr. Nick.

    Hello everbody!
     
  3. marty

    marty In the Starting Line-Up

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    Dr. No? (what's in your wallet!) :p

    How do we know that the TEAM Dr had not fully diagnosed Law's ankle? That's what was reported that Ty said. I don't think there was any press release on that by the Pats. Same with Light. It's been all speculation. Given that the Pats are in the backyard of some of the finest medical facilities I'd be hard pressed to believe that they have not been given the best care available. Pure speculation on my part but I'm more likely to believe that Light may have pushed his rehab a bit in order to get back this season, and he had a set back, and needed fluid drained etc.
     
  4. patriotsrule

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    It is still Bert Zarins.
     

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