Check out some of the work Tyrann Mathieu, the Honey Badger, has been putting in here at the Fischer Institute. After injuring his knee in his rookie year, the Honey Badger said he overcompensated and put too much strain on his other knee. This led to another knee injury at the end of his breakout 2015 season.
“Hate me now, love me later” is a motto Brett Fischer uses when he pushes his patients hard during rehab and training.
“Obviously it’s the everyday grind for me,” said Mathieu. “But I’m going to really try to test my knee, put some strain on it, challenge myself. It’s a grind, man. It’s a grind.”
Brett Fischer has worked with countless patients, both athletes and non-athletes, to rehab through specific and complex injuries.
Check out a quick highlight reel of Tyrann Mathieu rehabbing here at the Fischer Institute
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