Sports Medicine

David Wright’s spinal stenosis has changed his game prep

By Jeremy Binckes

In a lengthy New York Times profile, Tim Rohan describes Mets captain David Wright’s daily struggles with spinal stenosis, which caused the third baseman to miss most of the season. Wright spends about two-and-a-half hours each day stretching and doing light exercises, before soaking in a hot tub and targeting the sore spots, Rohan writes.

“When I was laying on my back rehabbing for a few months this summer, this is what you dream of,” Wright said.


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