Derrick Rose starts rehab process a day after surgery

Derrick Rose starts rehab process after surgeryOn Saturday, the Bulls’ Derrick Rose started his rehab only a day after he underwent a meniscectomy on his right knee to fix a tear in his medial meniscus. Pay per head software services can see that the team wants to see the player back as soon as possible, and the player’s fans were glad to learn that they’re doing everything they can for him to return to action.

“He’s good,” said Tom Thibodeau, Bulls coach. “He came in, started his rehab, it’s good.”

On Friday, Bulls GM Gar Forman said that team is looking forward to seeing the player return to action in four to six weeks’ time. He was not willing to say what Rose would exactly do, but he did say that the process is advancing.

“It’s just the initial steps,” said Thibodeau. “But we’re cautiously optimistic, he’s in good spirits. He’s on it, so it’s good.”

The GM did admit that the player’s rehab process was already scheduled thanks to trainers and doctors.

“It’s mapped out with the medical people,” said Thibodeau. “The one thing about Derrick is he’s been through a few of them. He’ll follow the plan and hopefully everything goes fine.”

Thibodeau and many others hope to see that Rose make a comeback from the mental difficulties caused by this problem faster than he did before, due to the fact that this latest surgery wasn’t as deep as his two other ones. On the 30th of April, 2012, the player’s left knee suffered a torn ACL, and his right knee’s medial meniscus was torn on the 22nd of November, 2013, and many fans remember having been very concerned about the player’s future in the sport after these injuries.

“He’s been through two tough ones,” said the GM. “I think he’s gained confidence from that. The ACL knee is great and he knew [a re-tear] was a possibility going in. He’s in a good place and he’ll deal with it. He’ll get past this.”

Thibodeau also said that Taj Gibson, power forward, was a doubt for the game against the Clippers taking place on Sunday after he suffered a sprained left ankle in the Bulls’ win over the Timberwolves on Friday. The GM and pay per head software services also hope to see Pau Gasol available for Sunday’s game after he missed their match on Friday due to an illness.