Josh Wolff undergoes successful surgery

Josh Wolff undergoes successful surgery
September 18, 2012, 8:10 pm

Washington, D.C. (September 18, 2012) Per a press release, D.C. United announced today that playerassistant coach Josh Wolff underwent a microdiscectomy to repair a lower back disc herniation. The successful surgery was done yesterday by Dr. Steven Hughes, a back specialist at Commonwealth Orthopaedics. The timeframe of his return is unknown at this point.
Wolff, a Major League Soccer and U.S. Mens National Team veteran, has played in nine games (one start) throughout the 2012 campaign logging 223 minutes. In March, Wolff began serving as a playerassistant coach.
Last season, Wolff started 23 of the 30 games he appeared in and logged close to 2,000 minutes, netting five goals and assisting on seven more. Wolff joined the Black-and-Red from Sporting Kansas City (formerly Kansas City Wizards), having spent a combined seven MLS seasons with the Midwest club.
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