Lee Kaplan, M.D., chief of UHealth Sports Medicine, examines his patient Marc Megna, a former NFL player and currently a personal trainer, at the University of Miami Hospital on Tuesday, January 14, 2014. Megna had surgery on his knee to remove a meniscal tear.
Lee Kaplan, M.D., chief of UHealth Sports Medicine, examines his patient Marc Megna, a former NFL player and currently a personal trainer, at the University of Miami Hospital on Tuesday, January 14, 2014. Megna had surgery on his knee to remove a meniscal tear. Allison Diaz Miami Herald File
Lee Kaplan, M.D., chief of UHealth Sports Medicine, examines his patient Marc Megna, a former NFL player and currently a personal trainer, at the University of Miami Hospital on Tuesday, January 14, 2014. Megna had surgery on his knee to remove a meniscal tear. Allison Diaz Miami Herald File

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