Rehabilitation following Tommy John Surgery

We've seen it countless times; a pitcher throws a pitch, grabs his elbow and walks off of the field with the athletic trainer. Usually within a few days, media reports indicate the pitcher has fully or partially torn his ulnar collateral ligament (UCL). MRIs are obtained, orthopedic surgeons consulted, and in many cases the player opts to have Tommy John surgery to reconstruct the UCL. The next 12-18 months are then be filled with countless hours of rehabilitation to build strength, and patience to allow the reconstructed ligament to stabilize the elbow.
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