Jack Trengove will reportedly make a decision today over how to treat his troublesome foot.
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Jack Trengove will reportedly make a decision on Monday over whether he will have more surgery on his troublesome foot.
According to the Herald Sun, the Melbourne star will meet with the club’s medical staff to make a decision on how to treat his navicular fracture.
The 23-year-old went under the knife back in April and spent the next six months undergoing rehabilitation, only for an X-ray to show the injury had reoccured.
Surgery is again an option, however Demons football manager Josh Mahoney said the club would prefer a non-invasive method.
“Jack has spoken to a number of different surgeons about his options,” Mahoney said.
“He flew to Sydney to meet with another last week. There’s certainly been some changes in technology each year and we’re looking at all the options.
“From the information I’ve got, the challenge with naviculars is that there’s a lack of blood flow to the bone, which makes it really difficult to heal.
“The options we’re looking at are about how to increase the blood flow into that area to allow the bone to heal.”