Michigan basketball coach Juwan Howard underwent a successful cardiac treatment on Friday, Howard, 50, is scheduled to return to the program in four to six weeks and to recuperate completely in six to twelve weeks.
In the meantime, temporary head coach Phil Martelli will take over as associate head coach. Howard is projected to be ready for Michigan’s exhibition opener against Northwood on November 3.
The announcement, Dr. Himanshu Patel “successfully resected an aortic aneurysm and repaired Howard’s aortic valve” during Howard’s surgery. You can check out Facebook.
“I feel so grateful and blessed that this surgery was performed at University of Michigan Health,” Howard said in the release. “My wife, Jenine, and our family appreciate the world-class care that has been provided to us. Dr. (Kim) Eagle, Dr. Patel, Dr. (Stanley) Chetcuti, and all of the staff at the Frankel Cardiovascular Center are so talented and performed like champions throughout this process. I am going to work very hard in my rehabilitation to be stronger than ever by the time our upcoming season is upon us.”
Following a “routine medical check,” Howard’s issues were found, and the resulting surgical treatments “were scheduled as soon as possible” to allow Howard to recover in time for the next 2023-24 season.
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“We are extremely grateful Juwan’s proactive procedure was a success and that he is resting comfortably,” athletic diriector Warde Manuel said in the release. “We will continue to support Juwan, Jenine and his family as well as the program throughout his absence. All of us at the athletic department have Juwan in our thoughts and prayers. We look forward to Juwan’s return when he feels that he has fully recovered.”
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