Boyd in Physical Therapy After Surgery

Two weeks ago, after I’d been hobbling around like a 90-year-old man, my doctors finally figured out that I had a torn adductor muscle in my left leg. It had completely torn away from the bone, and above that was a partial tear, and there was another tear on the right leg.

Dr. Meyers in Philadelphia cut me open and stitched me back together again. On the bright side it’s the perfect time of year for me to be recovering and I’ve only missed a couple of events. Each day I go in for two hours of physio therapy; I’m grateful to get into one of the best PT practices where they deal with some of the top athletes in the country. I do about two hours of physio every day, massage, stretching and all this stuff. I’m recovering alongside Philadelphia Eagle Deshaun Jackson who had pretty much the same injury on the same day (pictured above).

I also fractured my pelvis, but it was nondisplaced, so surgery was not necessary – only time will heal that. Basically I’ve been complaining of pain in my hip and groin all year, so it’s been slowly building up over time. I finally had a fall at Plantation Field that was the straw that broke the camel’s back. So far everything looks perfect and I should be back riding next month.


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