Get the latest from the medical room at the Holden Centre thanks to Blackmores. General Manager of Football Geoff Walsh last discussed the health of the list on Friday 23 December, 2016.
Jamie Elliott (back)
Jamie is going really well. He’s pretty much doing everything now, but we’re just monitoring his load so that he’ll be in full training by Australia Day.
Jackson Ramsay (knee)
Jackson Ramsay is coming back from his knee injury. He’s completing almost all the main work and will continue to build through January.
Matthew Scharenberg (knee)
He’s unencumbered and in full training at the moment. He’s in positive spirits and is looking forward to getting some more intense match simulation as late-January rolls around.
Alex Fasolo (shoulder)
Alex Fasolo is doing a slightly modified training program after shoulder surgery at the end of last season. He’ll be in full contact and full training by the middle of January.
Ben Reid (knee)
Ben Reid is rehabbing in his PCL program. We’re expecting that recovery to build over January and February and we him to be fully available in late February. He’s done a few sessions inside, but that’s all just part of the program. We’re making sure he’s covering all bases.
Daniel Wells (calf)
Daniel Wells is building towards full fitness and will be assessed on his progress post-Christmas. He will continue to build through January and February. He’s working towards being available for the first pre-season game.
Tyson Goldsack (hip)
Tyson Goldsack had hip surgery in the off-season. We’re just monitoring him and making sure he doesn’t overload. He’ll be in full training by late January.
Brayden Sier (back)
Brayden is on a modified program due to a minor back complaint. We’ll see how he returns and determine when he might resume full training
Sam McLarty (shoulder)
Sam McLarty arrived at the club after a shoulder reconstruction. He’s doing a lot of cardio work but we’re planning on getting him into full training in mid-to-late February.