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The Spanish Repsol Honda Team rider confirmed the news given by Alberto Puig on DAZN and gave details of his first exploration
On July 19, 2020, the professional life of Marc Márquez in MotoGP it would change completely. The spectacular fall he suffered at the Jerez-Ángel Nieto Circuit during the Spanish Grand Prix that year caused him to fracture the humerus of his right arm, for which he is still recovering.
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So much so, that less than two years later -July 3- the Spanish pilot had to undergo surgery for the fourth time in the same area and it seemed that he was saying goodbye to the World Cup 2022. Now the good news comes after this his first exploration.
As revealed by his team, the Repsol Honda Team, Marc Márquez has completed it satisfactorily this time at the Ruber Internacional Hospital in Madrid – he was operated on at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester (Minnesota):
Doctors Joaquín Sánchez Sotelo, Samuel Antuña and Ángel Cotorrohave been at the forefront of this postoperative exploration and the feedback they have established for the right humerus surgery has been positive.
However, Marc Márquez will have to continue with controlled passive shoulder mobilization exercises and elbow for the next four weeks. This will be the moment in which the second medical examination will be carried out, according to the statement.
The protagonist, optimistic
Marc Márquez also spoke about his feelings after the scan: "I had a medical check-up in Madrid and the doctors are happy. My arm is immobilized and will be for the next few weeks.
"My feelings so far are positive because I am not in pain, this is very important. It allows me to rest and follow the doctors' rules: a healthy diet, drink a lot and try to hang out with our dogs because it is important that the body is not inactive', added the Spanish Repsol Honda Team MotoGP rider.
"The most important thing about my doctors is that I have to be calm and patient,” he added before posting some images of the examination on his Instagram.
Alberto Puig already advanced it
Alberto Puig is one of the people who knows Marc Márquez best. The Team Manager of the Repsol Honda Team announced on DAZNjust a few hours before what became official shortly after: "Marc is very happy, he feels fine..
"Since he returned from the United States, he has entered into a dynamic of feeling well, he is very optimistic, positive and now he will soon have his first check-up with the doctors and well, little by little, he has begun to move his hand, he is active", he finished advancing the news that was confirmed shortly after.