As a professional quarterback, Matt Schaub is no stranger to injuries. But shortly after joining the Houston Texans, he dislocated his left shoulder during a game against the Tennessee Titans. He went into the locker room and popped it back into place, receiving some quick, on-site treatment. But the injury was severe, and took him out of the last three weeks of the season.
Matt counted on Houston Methodist Hospital, the official health care provider of the Houston Texans, to get him back in the game. He embarked on a long rehabilitation process and over the course of four-and-a-half months, regained the strength and mobility of his shoulder. "Houston Methodist really helped me in my shoulder recovery," says Matt. "It's such a great facility and provides such great care to me and all my teammates." He's now back in play and continues to be a leading force for his team and in the NFL.