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Baylor loses junior WR Chris Platt for season-Dr. Feil

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Baylor WR Chris Platt injured his knee on Saturday in the game against Oklahoma. He was able to complete the drive, but then sat out the majority of the fourth quarter. The team was optimistic he would return to practice, but upon further evaluation it was deemed Platt would need surgery, essentially ending his junior year. The injury was not fully disclosed but if it is season ending it was likely a ligamentous or meniscal injury or both.

F Scott Feil, PT, DPT, CKTP, known by many of his patients as "Dr Feilgood" is a physical therapist who has practiced in outpatient and orthopedic rehabilitation for the last 10 years. He is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) as well as the Sports, Orthopedic, Education, and Private Practice sections. A graduate of Wake Forest University where he earned a BA in English, he went on to get his Masters in Physical Therapy at East Carolina University, his Doctorate in Physical Therapy at University of St Augustine where he is also pursuing his Doctorate in Education. "Dr Feilgood" enjoys golfing, fishing, craft beers, and enjoys all things Fantasy Football Injury related (including his own Fantasy Football Draft Weekend injury...true story) He is a lifelong tortured Mets, Knicks, Islanders, and Giants fan (all hail NY sports mediocrity). F Scott is married and he and his wife are raising two wonderfully exhausting children. Dr Feil is the owner and founder of PT.Educator.com, a blog aimed at improving healthcare literacy.

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