The basketball player Patricio garino today communicated that had meniscus surgery due to discomfort that he had been suffering, which is why he will be out of activity for, at least, six weeks.
“I tell you I had meniscus surgery. I had surgery this morning. VI came with some discomfort and I wanted to avoid problems in the future. In a few days I start the rehabilitation“he commented Duckling on his personal Twitter account, together with the report of his team, the BC Zalgiris of Lithuania.
I tell you that I had meniscus surgery. I had surgery this morning. I came with some discomfort and I wanted to avoid problems in the future. In a few days I start the rehabilitation. I want to especially thank the people of @bczalgiris for support, restraint, and affection. https://t.co/lwv0nyBEi9
– Patricio Garino (@patitogarino) October 15, 2020
As reported by the club, the forward not had arrived from Baskonia in optimal physical condition, the result of a ligament tear. This would have caused the discomfort that the Mar del Plata felt in the knee area and for which he decided to undergo surgery to avoid future problems. For now, the team announced that will be low for six weeks, only being able to return to training at the beginning of December.
A week ago, Garino had returned to play after eleven months, in what was his debut victory in BC Zalgiris by 81-67 against Pieno Zvaigzdes. In that match, the forward played your first six minutes since that ligament injury suffered in Spain.