June.15 (FAKT.pl) The Polish website FAKT.pl has published the first pictures of Lotus-Renault F1 driver Robert Kubica, since his horror rally crash. The fact was Viareggio, where he is treated with Kubica. There is Formula Medicine clinic for F1 drivers. Pole commutes to her from the town of Pietrasanta, situated next to where he is home. It helps him a bride, Edith Witas (28 liters). It is obvious that Robert each step comes with difficulty, and the hand is not the best condition.
– Kubica is supported on the ball, it means that he has problems with the right hip joint or knee – says Dr. Łucarz fact.
– The right hand is a two-finger contracture. A nail on the thumb is longer, or that hand blood flow was impaired. The stabilizer keeps the hand in extension that did not undergo contractures, and muscle does not die away.
Italians caring for Kubica reported that Polak practiced 5-6 hours three times a week. The heads of the Lotus team Renault are hoping that later in the season Robert sits behind the wheel and start the race, but according to Dr. Łucarza is excluded.
– Athletes have a stronger organism than ordinary people. The circulatory system, muscles, joints are much stronger. Maybe it saved Kubica’s life and accelerate the rehabilitation process, but the mechanical injuries are serious and the haste in their treatment is not indicated – Łucarz stresses.
Kubica during the rehabilitation needs a lot of traffic. Are needed massage. There is a risk that the Pole never return to the sport. In August, is to have another operation of the forearm and elbow. After that it will be easier to specify the time limit to return to the track. – Loss of muscle in his right hand is all too visible. I do not think today was able to raise her anything. Before Kubica lot of work. I believe that effective. I wish him success in rehabilitation – adds Łucarz.
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