Marc Marquez, Repsol Honda Team rider in MotoGP, was cleared by doctors to intensify training and ride a motorcycle, after more than 3 months of the 4th surgery on his right arm, the result of a fracture he suffered at the Spanish GP, in July 2020.
According to the Repsol Honda Team, Marquez completed yet another successful medical exam at the Ruber Internacional Hospital in Madrid. Your trusted medical team, made up of Dr. Joaquin Sanchez Sotelo, Dr. Samuel Antuna and Dr. Angel Cotorro, was satisfied with the healing and recovery of the right humerus.
The medical team authorized Marquez to intensify his workouts, adding more weight and introducing more varied exercises into his routine. In addition, it was also agreed that the eight-time World Champion will start training on motorcycles to understand the condition of his right arm in more context.
So, with this release, Marquez and the Repsol Honda team will assess the next necessary steps, but a date has not yet been announced for him to get on the bike. The Spaniard is expected to participate in the two days of training at Misano next week.
On social media, the Honda rider posted:
“Green light to intensify recovery. Thank you Joaquin, Samuel, Ignacio and Angel for keeping me calm during these three months.”
Dr Joaquin Sanchez Sotelo: “Today, I had the opportunity to evaluate Marc Marquez in regard to his surgical procedure recently performed at Mayo Clinic. Fortunately, Marc Marquez has regained a great arc of motion and has recovered well from a muscular perspective as well. Today, he underwent radiographs and a CT scan that show complete bone union.”
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