Wilshere turns to ultrasound

 

Mike McGrath
Wednesday 08 February 2012 01:00
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<b>JACK WILSHERE</b><br/>
The Arsenal midfielder might be a long-term choice down the road, but the injuries that have ruled him out of action for the entire season so far could keep him out of Euro 2012 too, meaning he will have to wait his turn. 
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JACK WILSHERE
The Arsenal midfielder might be a long-term choice down the road, but the injuries that have ruled him out of action for the entire season so far could keep him out of Euro 2012 too, meaning he will have to wait his turn. Gle

Jack Wilshere is using an ultrasound device in an attempt to aid his recovery from injury. The Arsenal midfielder has not played since picking up a stress fracture on his right ankle during pre-season.

The 20-year-old posted a picture on Twitter of his ankle attached to the Exogen Ultrasound Bone Healing System, which is designed to help fractures. An update on his progress is expected next week.

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