Ryan Jensen will continue to explore options for the recovery of multiple knee ligament tears in 2022.
Tampa bay Buccaneers starting center, Ryan Jensen, who was placed on season-ending injury, opted to forego reconstructive surgery to repair three torn ligaments, choosing to receive stem cell treatments.
According to Sports Illustrated, Ryan Jensen has already experienced unique methods in place of his surgery. Rick Stroud of Tampa Bay Times stated that Ryan Jensen’s treatment was from the donated umbilical cords of babies born by cesarean section in Antigua.
The unusual method had not only helped Ryan Jensen’s recovery, but it also allowed him to return for Tampa’s wild card round loss last postseason.
Ryan Jensen addressed his recovery after the news of his IR replacement. Ryan Jensen stated that he was feeling good at the start of the 2023 camp, but he decided not to practice after experiencing a discomfort.
Ryan Jensen said that he did not think that there was ever a setback.
Ryan Jensen said it felt good on the first few days but then it started to get a little bit sore and painful.
Although we still do not know when Ryan Jensen will return, he has acknowledged that with the help of advancing modern medicine, he will stay steadfast up until time is right.