Keyon Reffell continues to work hard on his rehabilitation following an operation on his foot injury that the Bulls midfielder suffered in pre-season, he underwent surgery in October.
Reffell currently undergoes rehab work with Bulls Sports Therapist Jonny Evans at training each week which includes strength and conditioning work in the gym, and Keyon also has sessions with physiotherapist Jonny Harper at St Josephs Centre for Clinical Physiotherapy.
Keyon was in a protective air-cast boot for 6-weeks following the operation, but is now walking without the cast.
Head of Football Tim Harris says that he has been impressed with Keyon’s attitude. “Keyon has a great attitude and a real desire to work hard and get back as soon as he can.
“He’s extremely positive and very determined, he’s putting a lot of effort into his rehabilitation and he can’t wait to get back and playing.
“I think it’s too early at the moment to put a date on when he will be back, but if he continues to work hard then I am sure he will reap the benefits.”
Treatment at St Josephs has included running on an anti-gravity treadmill, the treadmill allows the injured athlete to train at just 20% of their actual weight. In Keyon’s case, this means that he can undergo an aerobic workout without risking further injury to his damaged foot.