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Why would I send him to the physio (more time out) or the specialist (same time as doctor' but with added cost) when I can send him to the doctor? Ignore play through injury of course, since that's completely different.

Why would I send him to the physio (more time out) or the specialist (same time as doctor' but with added cost) when I can send him to the doctor? Ignore play through injury of course, since that's completely different.

Starlord1606

The specialist is generally better for preventing the injury becoming a recurring problem


PhoenixNFL

If you read the news item above it, a Specialist will reduce the chances of the injury recurring.


Guybar110

I can’t see how a broken wrist would become reoccurring. Not like a torn hamstring, for example.


ULF4R

It can not heal properly and become a reoccurring problem (arthritis, functional problem) . The specialist will operate to put everything on the right place. A doctor can only handle it in a Conservative manner (no op). Source : I'm physio. But you're right. It's confusing. Maybe specialist is more 7 weeks and doctor 8... would be interesting to test. I always play as a quite big team so I always take the specialist option.


Guybar110

Well this time I chose play through injury because even though the player is not that important, my leading striker is already injured for a few more weeks so I can’t afford to lose another one.


poor_jack

An injury needs time to recover, regardless of who treats you.