Marc Marquez and Team Honda have been looking forward to the watch visit, and now it’s clear: the six-times MotoGP world champion can ramp up his training.
Marc Marquez underwent another medical examination at the Rober International Hospital in Madrid today, about twelve weeks after his fourth surgery on his right arm. His medical team consisting of Dr. Joaquin Sanchez Sotelo, d. Samuel Antona and Dr. Angel Cotorro was satisfied with the course of his recovery and rehabilitation.
“Fortunately, Marc Marquez has regained a great range of motion and has recovered well from a muscular perspective as well. Today he underwent an X-ray and a CT scan which showed complete bone union,” confirmed Dr. Sotilo, MD, chief of shoulder and elbow surgery at the Mayo Clinic, where the Repsol Honda star underwent surgery on June 2.
That’s why the 29-year-old Spaniard got the go-ahead to ramp up his training – with heavier weights and more variety in his training routine. It was also agreed that the eight-time world champion would start training on a motorcycle to assess the condition of his right arm.
The official statement said Marquez and the Repsol Honda Team, with the appropriate knowledge, would then consider the next steps.
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