Jorge Lorenzo press release: No major damages for Jorge’s collarbone
Jorge Lorenzo has passed an updated and completed medical form last afternoon at the Hospital General de Catalunya in Sant Cugat. Jorge’s personal doctor and interventional neuroradiologist, Dr. Teresa Sola, have controlled the World Champion and his diagnosis is optimistic, following the usual path after surgery practiced on Thursday. “The physical effort after the Dutch Grand Prix seems not to have had an impact,” said the doctor.
The check-up to control the wound and treatment verification mobility across the paraspinal musculature. He has also had X-ray which shows that the left clavicle recovery is well under way, which will allow the Yamaha rider to go next week and take part of the German Grand Prix. Rest and rehabilitation will be from now the basis for the full recovery of the injured area.
Jorge‘s suffered a high-speed crash in Thursday’s second free practice session for the Dutch Grand Prix. That same morning he underwent surgery after a private flight to Barcelona. The HGC medical team formed by Dr. Joaquin Rodriguez, Dr. Marc Cots, anesthesiologist Dr. Bernardo Shuitemaker, Dr. Anna Carreras and Dr. Michele Zasa, of the Mobile Clinic, coordinated by Dr. Sola, performed the operation on Jorge between 2 and 4 am. On Friday afternoon he returned to Holland, where he took part in the race the next day after doctors and FIM’s permission.