|2/15/01- MRI Negative for Meniscal Injury
|DeAnna finally had her MRI and the results were negative for any
meniscal damage. She has returned to all activities without symptoms.
|DeAnna continued her rehab 3 days per week during the fall semester.
She will be getting an MRI on her left knee in the near future, as
she was in "limbo" period while her primary insurance company
|10/10/00- Stark Rebounds Well Through Injuries
has played without problems regarding her MCL sprain. She scored a
goal in the game in Georgia in the win against Savannah College. She
also played the entire game against Drew University on Monday 10/9.
The pain and problems in her left knee have not worsened. She will
continue to participate fully as long as she does not develope any
additional problems. Our concern is she may have a meniscal problem
developing in this knee. She will continue rehabilitation at least
3 days a week on both knees, focusing on strength, range of motion
|DeAnna returned to play in the College of NJ game. She played
90 minutes and was a key contributor in the teams 1-0 upset of the
#1 ranked team in the country. She also went on to play the
entire game against William Paterson on Saturday, which Stockton lost
2-1 in overtime. However, on Sunday she noticed pain in her
other knee. We now are concerned she may have sustained a new
injury in her "uninvolved" knee. She was kept out of practice
through Wednesday, while rehabilitating both knees every day this
week. DeAnna will participate in the team's game in Georgia
this weekend and we will re-evaluate both knees upon her return from
Stark injured her knee during the Montclair game on Saturday
9/16/00. She was removed from the game and evaluated by the
athletic training staff and assessed with a moderate MCL Sprain.
She began rehab on Monday and seen by Dr. Steve Zabinski on
Tuesday evening. She was diagnosed with an grade II MCL sprain,
with no ACL or meniscal injury. She had a similar injury to
same knee in December of 1999. She did not participate in spring
soccer and worked on her knee rehabilitation at Stockton from January
through April. She had a successful return to full activity
during the summer. DeAnna was unable to play in the Rowan game
on Wednesday due to the recent injury. Her rehabilitation is
progressing rapidly, as she already has a normal range of motion and
excellent strength. We are attempting to have her return for
the College of NJ game on Wednesday 9/27. She will be participating
in a knee brace.