Saturday, 5 June 2010

shoulder injury

MotoGP doctor Claudio Costa, said that Valentino Rossi's shoulder injury turns out worse than expected by the public. Somewhat shifted his shoulder blades.

"The condition of his shoulder was more serious than people expected," said Costa told the magazine Motosprint, Thursday (06/03/2010).

"First, her shoulder almost shifted due to accidents, and this is what makes the situation so unstable."

"He has inflammation bursas, known as periarthritis. This is a very important muscle for tendinitis biceps. In addition, damaged cartilage in the shoulder area. This is a temporary disability," he explained.

Rossi shoulder injury during practice motokros accident last April. According to Costa, since then "The Doctor" is always racing with pain.

"When he returned from Le Mans, Valentino told me that her condition was not convinced. He wants to further analysis of the shoulder," said Costa.

"We did a magnetic resonance to show condition. After that, we made a plan. Valentino wanted to hold the race at Mugello in the best condition."

"Valentino is not the type to make excuses, but he did suffer. I praised him because he has high morale, and remain calm," said Costa.

According to Jeremy Burgess as the Yamaha team leaders, injury makes Rossi's performance slightly down in the last race so he could be crucified by the Fiat Yamaha teammate, Jorge Lorenzo.