A 'big step' for Didi Gregorius has Yankees feeling hopeful
New York Post featured HSS hand and upper extremity surgeon Michelle G. Carlson, MD, in an article about New York Yankees' Didi Gregorius, who suffered a torn cartilage in his right wrist and received a cortisone injection.
Dr. Carlson, who did not treat Gregorius, explained that cortisone could help with the inflammation.
"The best-case scenario is it doesn't bother [Gregorius] at all. But he could feel it when he rotates his hand or bends his wrist," Dr. Carlson noted.
Read the full article at nypost.com. This also appeared in the September 25, 2018 print issue.