Tiger Woods 'come back and the doctors' thinking



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Tiger Woods 'come back and the doctors' thinking

Tiger woods was in a mangled SUV after he crashed the vehicle in Southern California, according to a court document that also revealed a nearby resident and not a sheriff's deputy was first on the scene. The witness, who lives near the accident scene in Rolling Hills Estates just outside Los Angeles, heard the crash and walked to the SUV, Los Angeles County sheriff's Deputy Johann Schloegl wrote in the affidavit.

The man told deputies that Woods had lost consciousness and did not respond to his questions. According to People, Woods is happy to be home through sources and is working toward a return to normalcy after a horrifying ordeal: "He is still recovering and has some pain, but he is in good spirits, the magazine reports, through a source.

He is focused on his continued recovery. There is a rehabilitation plan that he is focused on. He knows he is very lucky to be alive. He appreciates that he has access to great medical care. He has a great attitude and is just focused on his recovery."

Investigators unearthed some evidence that undoubtedly highlights the golfer's failure to brake before the impact of his car. Indeed, from the "crash test" carried out it was noted that Woods never took his foot off the accelerator, almost as if he had not noticed the impending collision.

Tiger Woods 'come back and the doctors' thinking

Orthopedic surgeon Dr. Brian Polsky heavily hedged his prediction, saying only that Woods could maybe to some extent be athletic someday. Dr. Mehmet Oz, talk show host and cardiothoracic surgeon, told TMZ Sports that a full recovery within a year could occur.

"I won’t bet against Tiger Woods," Oz said. Physical medicine & rehabilitation specialist Dr. Brian Sutterer isn’t working on Woods’ case. But he’s worked on similar cases, as documented on his sports medicine-focused YouTube channel.

He thinks that, given the extent of Woods’ injuries, the focus should be more about returning to an acceptable quality of life before even considering PGA Tour golf. The Woods accident generated great attention around the Korean brand Genesis: despite the strong impact, which caused extensive damage to the car to the point of having to cut the metal sheets to extract the golf champion from the cockpit, the GV80 SUV proved to be solid and robust, to the point that the popularity of the brand has grown.

Investigators unearthed some evidence that undoubtedly highlights the golfer's failure to brake before the impact of his car. Indeed, from the "crash test" carried out it was noted that Woods never took his foot off the accelerator, almost as if he had not noticed the impending collision.