Medical Report for Steval Pumas

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After the Steval Pumas had a bye this weekend, physiotherapist Luzahn Louw has compiled an updated injury report ahead of the team’s next game against Griquas at Mbombela Stadium on Friday.
New injuries:
• Justin van Staden had surgery on a fractured toe last Thursday and will be out for 3-4 months.
• Reynier van Rooyen is sitting out training with an MCL tear and is wearing a brace.
• Khwezi Mona is visiting a specialist today to determine whether he has to undergo surgery to his left eye socket.
• Jeremy Jordaan has kidney dysfunction and is sitting out training as he undergoes tests.
• Brain Shabangu is doing limited training and is undergoing tests to determine whether he may have a heart condition.
• Jeremy Jordaan has kidney dysfunction and is sitting out training as he undergoes tests.
Short-term injuries and returning players:
• Lambert Groenewald will have an MRI scan today to check on the recovery of his calf muscle tear.
• Stephan Greeff did not need surgery on his shoulder injury but will be out of action for two weeks.
• Simon Westraad is back to full training (with rehab) after three months out due to a shoulder dislocation.
• Hoffman Maritz is back to full training (with rehab) after his calf muscle injury.
• Ruwellyn Isbel is back to full training (with rehab) after his thumb fracture.
• Marne Coetzee is back to full training (with rehab) after his MCL tear.
• Heinrich Steyl is being integrated back into training after his hamstring tear.
• Reuben Johannes will have a field test today to determine whether he is fit to play following a calf muscle strain.
Update on long-term injuries:
• Johan Herbst is still in rehab for a ruptured bicep. Anticipated date of return is October.
• Giant Mtyanda is having his left ACL reconstructed in Durban. Anticipated date of return is March 2017.
• Chris Cloete also has to have his ACL reconstructed.

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