04 February 2012

To Villa they extract him the screws of their left tibia

The Asturian forward visited the surgeon Ramón Cugat in the Hospital Quirón that could verify the excellent evolution of his fracture.


David Villa is serving strictly the deadlines in your recovery. After being operated on 19 December a total fracture of his left tibia where they put an intramedullary nail supported by six screws anchored in the tibia, Villa has been totally normal following a rehabilitation plan based on flexibility exercises in your knee and isometric work your quads, leaning on crutches the first day.

The doctors who oversee her recovery, the surgeon Ramon Cugat and the doctor Ricard Pruna first team, and predicted a period of four to five weeks if there were setbacks to withdraw the screws. Well, yesterday David Villa went to the Hospital Chiron where he extracted the screws in the tibia and have formed a callus sufficiently consistent to the bone. A few days earlier also had to go to visit you withdraw Cugat points of the operation.

Now the next step of 'Guaje' will begin work with physical therapists in the fitness club to go slowly rehabilitating his left tibia.

In principle, it is expected that in a month and a half and can exercise outdoors and start running smoothly. (via SPORT)